Monthly Archives: April 2011

COCA COLA’S DARK SIDE? (PART II OF THE PAUL CLEMENT SAGA)

Lawyers with inside knowledge now say most of the pressure last week to stop former Solicitor General Paul Clement from defending the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) came directly from his former firm’s principal client, Coca Cola! But that is … Continue reading

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Who are the new priests?

I’m getting ready to head north for the May 15 priestly ordinations of five friends who are Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. As I do so, I find much that’s encouraging in the new stats released by the US Conference … Continue reading

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A Lawyer Profile in Courage (Part I of “The Paul Clement Saga”)

Paul Clement is the former US Solicitor General and one of the nation’s truly outstanding lawyers. He also is a courageous fellow and resigned as partner when his law firm succumbed to pressure. Clement is doing what any lawyer should … Continue reading

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What makes Karl Rove Tick?

Sharron Angle was not Karl Rove’s choice to run against Harry Reid. And I was furious with Rove last year, too, when, on primary election night in Delaware — just minutes after Christine O’Donnell had won her GOP Senate primary over … Continue reading

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HE HAS TRULY RISEN!

HAPPY EASTER to you and to all those you love. The following Easter reflection was sent to me yesterday. It was written by Robert Morrison and appears on the Family Research Council’s website under the title, “He is Risen Indeed”: … Continue reading

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