Various and Sundry, 3/4/15

Is winter over yet? Supposedly we’re getting somewhere between a centimeter and a foot of snow tomorrow. – Today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, the Obamacare subsidy case. It looks like Anthony Kennedy stuck his finger in

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Catholicism Has Rules?

    Christopher Johnson, a non-Catholic who has taken up the cudgels for the Church so frequently that I have name him Defender of the Faith, has a look at a “Catholic” who is outraged that teachers who teach at

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PopeWatch: Cupich of the West

  Christ told us by our fruits he shall know us.  In regard to Popes it is by their appointments that they tend to be known:   It’s being called the “Cupich appointment of the West,” and not without reason

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March 4, 1865: God, Lincoln and the Second Inaugural Address

Hands down the most moving  inaugural address in American history is the second inaugural address given by President Lincoln on March 4, 1865, little over a month before his death.  It is short, to the point and powerful.  It is also

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