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Poor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg! In becoming a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, she swore to         “administer justice… and perform all the duties incumbent upon me as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States of America … Continue reading

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Will Catholic Universities and Hospitals Close?

Yesterday, President Obama’s HHS Secretary Sebelius praised what she called an administration “compromise” on the planned requirement  that will force employers to provide birth control for employees with no co-pays and deductions as part of their healthcare insurance. According to Sebelius, the administration … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Glum, Jon — Newt’s Shown the Way!

Sure, John Corzine… you do seem like a real loser right now. As MF Global’s former CEO, misplacing 1.2 billion dollars  and causing all those farmers to lose their life savings was pretty tacky. Being New Jersey’s disgraced ex-Gov doesn’t help either. … Continue reading

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Newt’s Demon

As this post’s title says, this is about Newt Gingrich’s demon — in the singular, not plural. While his failings, both public and private, are numerous and gravely troubling, one blog post cannot begin to offer the fair and thorough treatment that those many issues warrant. If Newt … Continue reading

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Why is this past President of the Arizona Medical Association — a Phoenix cardiologist — so concerned about radical Islamic extremism? Is it because Dr. Jasser served his country for 11 years in the US Navy where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant Commander … Continue reading

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Two Popes Shined Yesterday

Almost two million pilgrims rejoiced yesterday in the Eternal City as they celebrated the beatification of one of history’s most beloved Pontiffs, Blessed Pope John Paul the Great. Many remembered him as a world leader, often even crediting him as … Continue reading

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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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