A Refugee Crisis For Pope Francis

  Mahound’s Paradise highlights a refugee crisis that Pope Francis could use some of his patented compassion and mercy by highlighting:   At least 80,000 people have died in open water, attempting to flee Castro’s Cuba. Or at least that number

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Planet Money: How the University of Notre Dame ranks…

  At the sametime academic administrators at the University of Notre Dame (UND) formed a faculty committee to consider reducing UND’s Theology requirement to one course, National Public Radio’s Planet Money team created an interesting ranking of 4-year undergraduate programs. Here’s

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PopeWatch: Cuban Dissidents

    From the Babalu Blog, the go to blog for the latest news from Castro’s Gulag:   Three dissidents opposed to Cuba’s communist regime were arrested Sunday as they approached Pope Francis shouting “Freedom!” when he arrived to deliver

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Japan Remains One Country

One of the more decisive decisions of the Occupation of Japan, that Japan would remain one state, was made early in the process by General MacArthur.  The Soviets planned to occupy the northern island of Hokkaido and establish a puppet

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