Sheila Jackson Lee: Today We Have Two Vietnams, Side by Side, North and South

I’m at a loss for words. The video says it all about the esteemed congresswomen from Texas, which is my voting district here in Houston. Paul the German octopus that predicted all the winners in the recent World Cup would

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Brother Can You Spare a Sign?

From the “you can’t make this stuff up” files, comes a story of those great champions of the American working man, unions. It can be tough to ask union workers to take time out of their busy days to picket

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Is The USCCB Responsible for ObamaCare?

The American Life League (ALL) is making a strong case of placing most of the blame for passage of ObamaCare squarely on the shoulders of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). What the ALL is alleging is that the

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Progressives Are Not Cynical Enough About Business

One thing my study of economics has taught me is that businesses will tend to act in whatever way they think will bring them the most profit. There may be rare exceptions, and of course businessmen often have mixed motives.

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Would You Have Been Intimidated?

The Justice Department apparently doesn’t think you should have been. Whistle-blower J. Christian Adams, a career voting rights attorney with the Department of Justice, resigned his position in disgust over the handling of the voter intimidation case brought against the members

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New Vatican Rules on Sex Abuse

The Catholic News Agency reports on this new development: Monsignor Charles Scicluna took part in a press briefing on Thursday for the release of modified Vatican norms on how to examine and punish cases involving the “most serious sins.” He

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