Au revoir and good riddance, Secretary Sebelius…

  Over at The Catholic Thing, Dr. Paul Kengor—a professor of political science at Grove City College—comments about the transition now taking place at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The outgoing Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, confronts the specter of the

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PopeWatch: Foolishness

During his planned trip to Israel on May 24-26 the Pope has refused to ride in a bullet proof car. Pope Francis is shunning bulletproof vehicles during his trip to the Middle East this month, insisting that he use a normal car

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May 21, 1864: The Movement to the North Anna Begins

    Extricating himself from the Spotsylvania battlefield, Grant moved southeast, with Lee moving to keep ahead of him, ultimately stopping Grant with defensive lines south of the North Anna river and north of Hanover Junction.  Grant was now just

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The End of Debate

    A popular tactic on the left today, and for the past several decades in this country for that matter, is to strong arm adversaries and shout them down.  Faithful readers of this blog will recall the “feminist studies”

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