June 20, 2020
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Regarding Fairness

During a 1962 press conference, President John F. Kennedy commented on the plight of American reservists who continued to be held on active duty after the Berlin Crisis had subsided. At one point, he noted: “Life is unfair.” Tragically...

The Catholic Vote in 2016

According to most reports, a majority of Catholics intend to vote for Hillary Clinton this year. The reason, at least in part, is that Democrats have always claimed to champion working class voters, and Catholics still believe them. In the days when...

The Coming Elections

Recently, one magazine scored the voting records of members of Congress versus their professed religion. How do you think the “Catholics” did? Sadly, the most pro-abortion of the Christians were those who also said they were Catholic. In...

Leaning Toward Rubio

Like many other Americans, I have not yet decided which Republican candidate I will support. As the campaign has progressed, my preferences have changed. Prior to the campaign, I had great respect for Jeb Bush because I considered him a man of...

Capitalizing on Republican Resources

Though it’s much too early to predict the outcome of the Republican presidential sweepstakes, it’s not too early to speculate about which two candidates would provide the strongest, most electable ticket and to imagine what offices the other...