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  • Should all nonprofits be tax exempt?
    Post by Stu Nolan, 5/13/2010

    “In a forum sponsored by Catholic University at the National Press Club, participants explored whether all charities are created equal. Four experts examined the U.S. tax code's treatment of charitable organizations and debated whether the ultimate purpose of a charity should affect its tax-sheltered status. You can tune in to listen to the panelists deliberate ( here. ... ”

  • Are we still headed for a worldwide Depression?
    Post by Stu Nolan, 5/12/2010

    “Columnist Robert Samuelson shares his fears that we are not yet by any means out of the woods. Read it ( here ... ”

  • Miracle at Lourdes
    The Story of a Passionate Priest - Post by Stu Nolan, 5/12/2010

    “I attended today the funeral of a wonderful parish priest and co-founder of the Missionaries of Our Lady of Divine Mercy, which operates the House of Mercy for the poor of northern Virginia and an orphanage in Africa. A father and widower before discerning his vocation to the priesthood, Father Jack was heroic in his dedication to each role and amazing in his passion for the Lord. You can find the story of a miraculous healing that transformed his faith life ( here. ... ”

  • Death Spiral of the Welfare State
    Post by Stu Nolan, 5/10/2010

    “Robert Samuelson provides a sobering account of the economic woes of the day. Read it ( here. ... ”

  • Another pro-abortion nominee for the Court
    Obama seeks lifetime tenure for noted advocate of special treatment of homosexuals - Post by Stu Nolan, 5/4/2010

    “Ed Whelan president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, provides at National Review Online's "Bench Memos" an early analysis of Elena Kagan, whom Barack Obama has nominated to replace liberal Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. Check out Whelan's ( observations. ... ”

  • A Victory for Religious Liberty
    Post by E. Scott Lloyd, 5/4/2010

    “On April 28th the Supreme Court released its decision in the case of Salazar v. Buono, the case in which radical secularists challenged the display of a large white cross on federal land in the Mojave Desert. The cross, erected as a memorial to World War I veterans, was erected in 1934 by veterans who had not sought permission for the display in this desolate, rugged, and hot area of the Mojave Desert, about which Justice Alito quipped that "it is likely the cross was seen by more rattlesnakes than humans." ... ”

  • Federal Government Fines Broadcaster
    Noncommercial Educational Facilities must maintain local public inspection files - Post by E. Scott Lloyd, 4/2/2010

    “On April 1, the Federal Communications Commission released a Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture that proposed fining a noncommercial educational broadcaster $1,250 for failing to provide a copy of the station's by-laws upon request by a member of the public seeking access to the station's public inspection file. The agency was not persuaded by a series of "the dog ate my homework" explanations offered by the broadcaster. ... ”

  • LegalWorks Apostolate opens its doors
    New website intended as a resource for the faithful - Post by Stu Nolan, 4/1/2010

    “On March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation, the new LegalWorks Apostolate officially organized, and on April 1, Holy Thursday, its doors were opened at its Front Royal, Virginia, central office in the Human Life International building. The law firm's mission is to provide competent legal counsel responsive to the particular concerns of families who must navigate the thickets of the law while remaining faithful to Church teaching, and to facilitate the good works of those lay apostolates and Church institutions that are building a Culture of Life. ... ”

  • Is Obama Care Unconstitutional?
    States file challenges in Florida and Virginia - Post by Stu Nolan, 3/29/2010

    “The most compelling argument against the Obama health care "reform" is probably the so-called individual mandate. To uphold a requirement that all Americans purchase health insurance, a field that has been regulated to prohibit interstate competition, will require an expansive view of the Congressional authority to regulate interstate commerce. ... ”

  • FCC Media Bureau circulates decision for approval by the Commission
    Action expected in another 33 MX Groups - Post by Stu Nolan, 3/18/2010

    “On the heels of the February 26 filing deadline for certain permits authorizing noncommercial facilities in the normally commercial end of the FM band, the FCC is poised to act on another 33 groups of competing applications expected to be resolved on comparison "points" criteria. ... ”

  • Catholic Bishops Oppose Obama Care
    USCCB President Declares Cost Too High - Post by Theo Tigno, 3/16/2010

    “Cardinal Francis George released the following ( statement. ... ”

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