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America, the Resilient

Reminiscing seems to go hand in hand with getting older.  When I slow down enough to look at life through the eyes of my children, I see a world vastly different from the one in which I grew up.  As a product of Generation X, my age group may be the last to remember a childhood without electronic games and […]

Eight Compelling Answers for Common Objections to the Catholic Position on the HHS Mandate

Primer on HHS Mandate If you are already familiar with this background and understand what the HHS Mandate requires, you can skip to the “Answering Common Objections” section of this article, but I would recommend that you spend time reviewing again the background of this grave attack on religious liberty. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”, also referred […]

Pushing the Reset Button

In February, President Obama instructed the Justice Department to stop defending in federal court the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This act specifies that under federal law marriage is to be understood exclusively as the a legal union between one man and one woman and decrees that no state would be required to recognize as a marriage a same-sex […]