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Politics

September 29, 2013

The President Takes Aim at the House Republicans

The president’s radio address this weekend was dedicated to promoting the (still controversial) Affordable Care Act and hitting the House Republicans for the way in which
October 2, 2013

Stop complaining about the 47%

And then Mitt Romney, who was desperately trying to win over skeptical donors, deployed that toxic rhetoric at a private fundraiser. But his words were secretly
October 2, 2013

President Obama’s Imperious Progressivism

Sometimes people who don’t like the president criticize him for being personally arrogant.  I don’t know if he is, and I am not sure that it
October 3, 2013

CatholicVote in USA Today

We’re fighting on every front for religious freedom. Our legal team is working overtime on the briefs needed to take our lawsuit challenging the HHS Mandate
October 7, 2013

Justice Scalia: “Who am I to Judge?”

New York Magazine has published a fascinating interview with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. It’s a rare and fascinating look at one of the nation’s highest-profile
October 7, 2013

The Seven Days of Shutdown (and Counting)

The so-called government “shutdown” which is not really a shutdown at all, but perhaps more of a slowdown, is now approaching the end of its first
October 9, 2013

Sign at military chapel: ‘Shutdown: No Catholic service till further notice’

But now the news of contract military priests being unable to say Mass at military installations is making national news. Even the liberal tabloid Huffington Post
October 10, 2013

Paul Ryan, Statesman

In yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, Congressman Paul Ryan made the case for a compromise to end the government shutdown, address the approaching debt limit, and start