Pro-Choice Advocates Must Accept Science to be Winners

By Dustin P.J. Murphy / April 20, 2017 /

In a recent New York Times op-ed piece, “To Win Again, Democrats Must Stop Being the Abortion Party,” Thomas Grome gave sage advice to anyone who is pro-abortion. It’s received a lot of attention.  National Review’s The Corner carried an article on it highlighting some of this attention, like the organization Catholic Democrats providing a…

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From Under the Rubble…The Unholy Alliance

By Christopher Manion / August 5, 2014 /

Let’s get one thing straight. Obama couldn’t care less about those Hispanic kids coming over the border. Here’s how we know: his administration has pushed the most savage pro-abortion policies in our history, both at home and abroad. And at home, Hispanic babies are much more likely to be aborted in America than children of…

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From Under the Rubble…Race Hustlers Target Paul Ryan

By Christopher Manion / March 21, 2014 /

It’s an election year, and liberal pundits complain of listlessness, confusion, cowardice and more in their ranks. Not to worry, says Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer. He tells Meet the Press that the party will do fine this November – if Democrats turn out. But how to make sure they do, when their midterm turnout is…

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From Under the Rubble…Spring Cleaning

By Christopher Manion / March 16, 2014 /

From the fog of a long, hard winter, questions come stumbling out of the cold. First: does the U.S. really support democracy? Take Ukraine. For a decade and more, the United States has advocated – and even agitated – for democratic elections there. And yet, as so often occurs when the Goddess of Democracy winks,…

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From Under the Rubble…The Leviathan Goes Rogue

By Christopher Manion / March 10, 2014 /

On the Sunday morning shows last week, Secretary of State John Kerry denounced Russia’s “invasion” of Ukraine as a “brazen act of aggression.” Whatever that says about the Ukraine, Kerry’s highly-charged prose could equally describe the federal government’s manifest invasions of privacy here at home, its “brazen acts of aggression” against personal liberty, and its…

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From Under the Rubble…The Prophet, the President, and the Pope

By Christopher Manion / February 28, 2014 /

A critique of the president by a well-known jurist appeared recently in the American Spectator: A man whose self-absorption is legendary, if not pathological… If the head of the most corrupt and malign administration in our history is suffered to remain in office, however crippled, it will be a clear sign that we have turned…

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From Under the Rubble…Whistling Past the Graveyard of Empires

By Christopher Manion / February 22, 2014 /

“1, 2, 3, 4, what’re we fightin’ for?” Old antiwar song. Afghanistan is an old war. Does anyone remember why we’re there? Hamid Karzai knows: we’re there to make him rich, powerful, and – oh yes, we forgot: the leader of a robust, American-imposed Afghan democracy. Are we there yet? Well, it’s a long, hard…

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A New Roman Question

By John M. DeJak / February 8, 2014 /

Being a Latin teacher and an attorney (a deadly cocktail if ever there was one), I read with great interest the reports of Justice Antonin Scalia’s comments this past week of the possibility of the reappearance of internment camps here in the United States. The reason for such reappearance was left vague, other than to mention…

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From Under the Rubble…Lessons in Tyrrany

By Christopher Manion / January 26, 2014 /

In January 2009, two newly-elected Republican governors took the oath of office. Immediately, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell were touted as two of the GOP’s hottest future presidential prospects. Today, they are fallen idols. The feds are investigating Christie. McDonnell and his wife have actually been indicted on federal charges…

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From Under the Rubble…Cheering for the Wrong Team

By Christopher Manion / December 11, 2013 /

  “I’ll tell you what I think God thinks of the Affordable Care Act. It’s a big Amen!” –Political Commentator Ed Schultz It’s not uncommon for the left-wing MSNBC to lead the cheers for President Obama. But it’s all too common, and more than a bit unsettling, when a Catholic bishop joins in the jubilation…

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