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  • A Civil Public Debate?
    The Test Cases of Abortion and Homosexuality - Post by Greg LaNave, 4/5/2011

    “Every now and then a commentator will say, about some politician's display of invective, "He must not have gotten the notice about the 'new civility.'" It is easy to deride the president's call for civility in public debate, either when the president or politicians supportive of his policies demonize or otherwise unfairly characterize their opponents (there is no easier charge to make in politics than that of hypocrisy), or more generally because it may seem strange to exalt civility as a supreme value when extraordinary issues of life and death are at stake. ... ”

  • Facts on Abortion: Why You Can't Be Pro-Life and Pro-Contraception
    Post by E. Scott Lloyd, 4/4/2011

    “( Here you'll find an article I wrote for the blog Ethika Politika explaining the link between contraception and abortion, and why the former does not prevent the latter. ... ”

  • Free Speech Analysis Turned Upside Down
    Forcing Americans to Show Government Regulation of Speech Is Irrational - Post by Stu Nolan, 4/3/2011

    “George Will has rightly observed -- and consistently sounded the alarm regarding -- that trend by which politicians have been attempting to outlaw criticism against them. The problem continues to grow worse. He writes about the latest ( here. What Will does not state, but we cannot ignore, is that the undermining of the free speech provisions of the First Amendment follows the attacks on free exercise under the guise of an overreaching reading of the non-establishment provision to somehow create a strict "wall of separation" between church and state. And of course these follow the invention of "rights" from penumbras and emanations in the "living" ever-changing Constitution. This is just more evidence of that which is manifestly clear; if the Constitution can mean anything, ultimately it will mean nothing. ... ”

  • Follow Up to "A Sad Anniversary"
    Post by Patricia Pitkus Bainbridge, 4/2/2011

    “Here's an excellent ( article relating to the concerns I expressed in "A Sad Anniversary." ... ”

  • Susan G. Komen and Planned Parenthood - A Connection That Cannot Be Ignored
    What Pro-Lifers Don't See - Post by Bob Laird, 4/2/2011

    “The more Planned Parenthood goes public, the more it unveils what lies behind its façade of warm community health centers"- a systematic program of deceit and deception. The latest fumbling of the leading abortion-provider in the world falls into two categories: its intrinsic link to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation (SGK), and its pretext to perform mammograms as a means of breast-cancer prevention. ... ”

  • Government Gone Mad
    Forcing the Faithful Out of Adoption Services? - Post by Stu Nolan, 3/31/2011

    “The following comments were submitted by ( LegalWorks Apostolate earlier today. ... ”

  • Talk of Rights of Homosexuals Betrays Confusion about the Sacrificial Nature of Parenting
    Why must some get out of the closet only by putting the faithful into a closet? - Post by Stu Nolan, 3/31/2011

    “The following comments were submitted by ( WitnessWorks Foundation for a Culture of Life earlier today. ... ”

  • A Sad Anniversary
    Post by Patricia Pitkus Bainbridge, 3/30/2011

    “Tomorrow will mark the sixth anniversary of Terri Schindler Schiavo's tragic death from court-ordered dehydration. It was the first time in our country's history that a judge ordered a feeding tube be removed from a disabled person. In previous high profile cases (e.g. Nancy Cruzan and Christine Busalacchi) the courts ruled that feeding tubes could be removed, but not that they must be. ... ”

  • Abortion and Social Security
    Defunding Planned Parenthood - Post by Bob Laird, 3/29/2011

    “Someone sent me a facebook poll asking me if I thought it a good idea to defund Planned Parenthood. At the same time I was reading an article indicating that for the first time ever, the U.S. Social Security system received less money than it paid out to beneficiaries. ... ”

  • Archbishop Dolan Defending Priests
    Post by Bob Laird, 3/28/2011

    “How often do you hear of a priest speaking out at the criticism that the clergy has taken with regard to the child abuse cases? How many times do you hear bishops and priests publicly apologizing without firing back with factual information countering the attacker? Well, ( Archbishop Dolan of New York reports on his blog about an incident that he recently had in the Denver Airport. ... ”

  • An Encouraging Sign of the Times
    Post by Greg LaNave, 3/28/2011

    “Last Saturday, the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (where I teach), had its first annual fundraiser. You can read a report on it ( here. ... ”

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