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April 11, 2013

Margaret Thatcher: The Lady’s Not for Jumping

Margaret Thatcher died this week at the age of 87.  May she rest in peace. Thatcher was one of Britain’s most consequential prime ministers in the
April 17, 2013

Opening a Path to Polygamy?

Over at Public Discourse I have an article on some of the points made recently when the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the cases involving
April 19, 2013

Report: Scouts to Lift Ban on Homosexual Youth

Reuters reports that the Boy Scouts of America will soon consider a proposed new policy, one that will admit homosexual youth to the organization.  The Scouts
April 22, 2013

A Memo from Captain Obvious on Guns, Crime, and People Who Do Bad Things

Now, I don’t mean to start your week off on a bad note. I don’t want to shock you or upset you. But I’m afraid I
April 23, 2013

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Rights

When the government of the United States announced that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would not immediately be given the usual Miranda warning, civil libertarians expressed concern for his
April 24, 2013

We Should Imitate Africa (Not Vice Versa)

Central Africa seems a lot more healthy than the Western World. In my Christianity and Mass Media class, we spend the end of the year studying
April 25, 2013

A Big Obstacle to Immigration Reform

According to an old jazz tune, “It ain’t what you do, it’s the way how you do it.” It is good to keep this principle in
April 26, 2013

Government Official Seeks to Censor Philanthropist’s Speech.

Cardinal Newman Society reports: A Cincinnati city councilman who identifies himself as gay doesn’t think a man who disagrees with him should have the right to
May 6, 2013

Immigration and the Law

Forgive me for venturing again into the immigration debate, but it seems (judging by combox discussions) that I haven’t made my point clearly enough in my