The Engaging Essentials – 10/21

Does SexEd Undermine Parental Rights? – Professor George is on a roll lately.  This from his article in the New York Times: “But beyond rival moral visions, the new policy raises a deeper issue: Should the government force parents — at least those not rich enough to afford private schooling — to send their children to classes that may contradict their moral and religious values on matters of intimacy and personal conduct?”

Cain on Abortion – Yesterday, Politico ran a story questioning Cain’s commitment to the pro-life community. Today, his campaign is working to clarify what he really believes regarding abortion.  This is a politically tight spot for him to be in, no matter what he actually believes.

They Died Holding Hands – You’ve probably seen this before, but here is your heart warming story of the week.  A couple married for 72 years who die within an hour of each other, holding hands.  May all of our marriages be so intimate.

Morgantown in Motion – A photographer in Morgantown has composed this time-lapse video of a great city in West Virginia: Morgantown.  No political/social news here, just a really cool video:


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