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Twelve Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 6, 2015)

1. Jonah’s column on the president at the prayer breakfast.

2. 

https://twitter.com/petriop/status/563846243773075457

3. Church attacks in India.

4. Floodgates open for assisted suicide in Canada.

5. Asking Congress to act against new D.C. attacks on religious liberty.

6. Pope Francis tells disabled children during a Google Hangout: Your lives are a beautiful treasure.

7. Carlos Flores:

We should make public policy and encourage social norms that reflect the truth about the human person and sexuality, not obfuscate the truth about such matters and sow the seeds of sexual confusion in future generations for years to come.

8. Katrina Trinko on American indifference to the lives of military families.

9. Barack Obama as “bad boyfriend.”

10. Joe Biden to Iowa.

11. Twelve Ways To Save Your Multitasking Brain From Device Addiction

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