If anyone reading this lives in the D.C. area, Serrin Foster, the head of Feminists for Life, is going to be speaking on the Georgetown Law campus (we’re located between the Union Station and Judiciary Square metro stops on the Red line — not in the Georgetown area of D.C., which is confusing). The lecture […]
http://www.politicsdaily.com/2009/05/29/obama-is-no-uncle-tom/ It’s much broader than that. But it’s really good. It’s by Elizabeth Lev, the daughter of Mary Ann Glendon.
The three major take-aways I’ve seen are: (1) Obama’s speech shows he’s actually “moderate” on abortion, (2) Notre Dame Loves Obama, and (3) only a handful of students protested. As this “gay news service” blog puts it in an article title “Notre Dame Protest Flops”: President Obama arrived at Notre Dame to thunderous applause and […]
I know, I know, on Saturday I said that I would probably do a post yesterday on Christological prophesies in the Old Testament, and on the issue of typology, but I didn’t. I’ll get to it eventually, but there are a lot of other things I want to talk about in the meantime. One of […]
If you follow Catholic (or even political) news, you’ve probably already heard about the recent scandal at Notre Dame University. ND has a generally proud Catholic tradition, (although there have been a few notable missteps), and has suffered greatly for the actions of her president, Fr. John Jenkins. Fr. Jenkins decided that the appropriate way […]
We interrupt this program… …to bring you Mark Shea’s two-part post on why comparing Obama to Hitler is inaccurate, or as he puts it, “crazy beyond comparison.” He’s a little edgy on his blog, but I think his overall point is a really important one, and his sort of over-the-top style expresses that, although “with […]