The Old-School Date

Here is the latest announcement from Facebook cause- Dads Protecting Daughters: “Dad I’d like for you to meet my date tonight”

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Lesser of Two Evils or Worthy of Honor

Since the Notre Dame controversy has all the staying power of an inebriated relative after a dinner party, I’ll attempt one more brief comment on it. It is a disappointment to me, though hardly a surprising one, that just about

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Catholic Democrats Come to the Defense of Notre Dame

Catholic Democrats come to the defense of their leader in regard to Georgetown and Notre Dame and run into a buzzsaw named Father Z here. Update:  Good analysis of why Catholic Democrats and other Obama-philes are so concerned about the fallout from

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On The Question of Inequality

There’s been some discussion of inequality in posts and comments here recently. I have ambitions to write a series of the particular challenges I believe our country is facing in regards to inequality in a modern high-skill-based economy, but given

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The Rejected Ambassadors: The Plot Thickens

A couple weeks ago, Tito posted on the Washington Times report claiming the Vatican has rejected several candidates for the position of U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. It appeared the report had been satisfactorily debunked by the Catholic News Service,

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Spirit of '09 – Part II

Yesterday in my Spirit of 09 post I linked to a video from CNN which depicted a clash between CNN reporter Susan Roesgen and tea party protestors in Chicago.

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