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Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (March 14, 2019)

1. Nigerian archbishop: We want government to succeed (Crux)

2. Naomi Schaefer Riley: Seen but Not Heard: Child-welfare agencies generally know when kids are in dangerous home situations, but all too often, they lack the will to remove them. (City Journal)

3. This Mentorship Program Slashes Divorce Rates Among Young Couples (The Federalist)

4. Is the Jewish community anti-adoption? (Times of Israel)


6. Malka Groden on adoption in the Orthodox community (Mosaic)

7. Leonard Sax: Politicizing Pediatrics: How the AAP’s Transgender Guidelines Undermine Trust in Medical Authority (Public Discourse)

8. A bail success story



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