Democrats are playing a dangerous game here. A man has literally had to go into hiding because he fears for his life and you have the President of the United States stoking the flames on this story, you’ve got congressmen… Continue Reading →
Of all the SCOTUS audio I listened to today, I think this is my favorite bit. In it, Justice Scalia lectures the Solicitor General on the where the government gets its limited powers. Excellent.
I spoke with Father John Higgins, the Pastor of Saint Raymond’s parish in California, last night. He’s a funny and faithful priest. We spoke for a while about the HHS mandate and the Catholic blogosphere in general and he almost… Continue Reading →