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Politics

February 3, 2016

It Was an Awkward Caucus for Catholic Millennials

Q: What’s it like to be a young Catholic millennial voter at the Iowa Caucus? A: Lonely and uneasy. And that’s a problem. A group of
February 4, 2016

Pregnancy, Perfectability, and Progressive Prohibitionism

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made headlines this week with the release of new guidance advising women who are sexually active to avoid consumption
February 20, 2016

Life From Death: How the Scalia Funeral Mass Became a Triumph of Evangelization

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia on Feb. 13 at the age of 79 was a loss on many levels. As a fearless advocate for the
February 29, 2016

The Birthplace of Presidents

Tomorrow, the Commonwealth of Virginia will join a dozen or so other states holding primaries to nominate the Republican candidate for the next president of the
March 4, 2016

Trump the Contortionist

Immigration is Donald Trump’s signature issue and the centerpiece of his entire campaign, but in last night’s debate he didn’t seem to know what he believed
April 12, 2016

Republican or Democrat: Where should Catholics fall in line?

I have said this many times, and I expect I will say it many more: You cannot follow Jesus Christ and follow either of the two
April 20, 2016

Hillary Wants More Questions on Abortion. Here Are Some.

A few months ago I proposed eight questions that Hillary Clinton should be asked about abortion.  This will surprise you, but nobody asked her any of
April 22, 2016

This Is Like Putting Clarence Thomas on Mount Rushmore

In other words, it’s great. I have no idea if there were cynical or divisive motives on the part of the Obama administration to put Harriet
June 10, 2016

Coming Soon to America: Archbishop Faces Threat of Prosecution Over “Hate Speech” Homily

If gay rights and feminist groups get their way, a Spanish cardinal may get prosecuted for hate speech over comments he recently made – while giving