April 30, 2015
Justices Kennedy and Ginsburg (Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images)

Justices Kennedy and Ginsburg Argue Against Same-Sex Marriage

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, which will go down in history as either the next Roe v. Wade or
July 5, 2015

On Marriage, Catholics Stand with the American Founders

This Fourth of July, American Catholics might feel that they no longer fit so comfortably within America.  After all, Catholics hold that marriage is a union
July 6, 2015

Catholic Hardware Store Sued for Refusing to Sell Gay Extension Cord

The Catholic owners of “Joe’s Hardware” in Atchison, Kansas are defending themselves against a federal lawsuit that accuses them of violating equal protection laws because they
July 21, 2015

Catholics, Capital Punishment, and the Constitution

Catholics who feel called to seek abolition of capital punishment should do so in a way that respects the Constitution of the United States.  This is
October 8, 2015

Ten Commandments in Oklahoma

Ten Commandments monuments stand outside courthouses and statehouses all across the USA. They go back to the beginning of our country. This is fitting, since the
November 22, 2015

Justice Scalia, Parental Rights, and the Constitution

This blog post reproduces an e-mail from ParentalRights.org criticizing Justice Scalia for being unwilling to use the power of the Supreme Court to protect parental rights.
January 29, 2016

Supreme Court Showdown for TX Pro-Life Law

  Abortion profiteers are terrified of this Texas abortion case. And they should be. Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole is set to be heard soon by
February 12, 2016

This Could Be The Scariest Thing About a Hillary Presidency

And there are a lot of things that would be scary about a Hillary presidency. At a recent campaign rally, a reporter asked Hillary whether she
February 15, 2016

A Great Catholic American: Justice Scalia, RIP

There were plenty of shameful celebrations when Justice Scalia died. Brietbart quoted some of them: The sports editor at “Vocativ,” Tomás Ríos, tweeted out that “Scalia