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Joshua Mercer

February 6, 2014

The President sends author of Obamacare to China

Max Baucus was the chief author of Obamacare in the United States Senate. So Max is proudly running for reelection, right? No way. Back in April
February 1, 2014

Kudos to Katie Couric

This doesn’t happen often, but I have something positive to say about a major media personality. Here is a report by Katie Couric (for her new
January 21, 2014

Cuomo says pro-lifers not welcome in New York, Jindal invites them to Louisiana

Governor Bobby Jindal (pictured on the right) is letting pro-life New Yorkers know that they will feel right at home in his state of Louisiana. “Hey
January 15, 2014

Republicans likely to maintain control of House

Barack Obama came to North Carolina today to give a speech. But two Democrats from the Tarheel State reacted vastly different to his arrival in their
January 15, 2014

Why do we support marriage as a union of one man and one woman?

It’s not about romance. And it’s not about the desires of adults. Speaking before lawmakers in Indiana yesterday, Ryan Anderson eloquently stated why the state has
January 14, 2014

Why are young people pro-life, but also favor marriage re-definition?

My friend John Burger asked that very question to marriage defender Ryan Anderson. Here’s what he said: I think it’s largely that they haven’t had the argument
January 7, 2014

It’s one of the greatest achievements in human history — and no one is talking about it

As a child of the 80s, I remember We Are the World. Yeah, the song is terrible, but it was nice to see rock stars care
December 11, 2013

Catholic pundits react to selection of Pope as “Person of the Year”

Here are a few reactions from some Catholic thinkers about Time magazine’s decision to select Pope Francis as Person of the Year. Fr. Dwight Longenecker: The
December 11, 2013

Obama’s former press secy: ‘It’s very tough to see how the Democrats retain the Senate’

Robert Gibbs, White House Press Secretary for Obama from 2009 to Feb 2011, said that if current poll numbers continue for Democrats, then Republicans are likely