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Gene J. Koprowski
by | Aug 20, 2013

The Pew Research Center released a poll last week evaluating Americans’ moral assessments, and it is well worth taking a look. The poll asked adults whether they viewed particular issues — including embryonic stem cell research and in vitro fertilization…

by | Aug 16, 2013

Today, the Republican National Committee publicly announced its “Rising Stars” campaign, a push to present “new voices” and fresh faces on the national stage. These Republicans “will be prominently featured on GOP.com and given a national platform to share their…

by | Aug 9, 2013

The bishop from G.K. Chesterton’s former archdiocese is now considering opening the cause for the canonization of this “prince of paradox.”  You can read more details of the cause for Chesterton’s sainthood here, but any opportunity to explore the depths…

by | Aug 2, 2013

Just yesterday, I wrote about the worth of watching shows like Breaking Bad with antiheroes like Walter White. I feel vindicated because today Jonah Goldberg has a superb cover story (for National Review‘s latest issue) on the show’s conservatism. Goldberg…

by | Aug 1, 2013

For fans of the hit show Breaking Bad like myself, the premiere of its final season (well, technically, its second half of the final season), scheduled for August 11, can’t come soon enough. The show centers on the slow but…

by | Aug 1, 2013

Barely a month after the historic Supreme Court decisions on marriage, The New York Times editorial board has declared the “next civil rights frontier“: transgenderism: Federal civil rights officials reached an important settlement late last month with a California school district…

by | Jul 30, 2013

At the end of a wonderfully rejuvenating World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, Pope Francis held an aerial press conference in which he commented on homosexuality.  Here’s what Francis specifically said, translated: If someone is gay and seeks the…

by | Jul 29, 2013

Since the closing of the George Zimmerman trial, everyone and their mother has had an opinion on everything from the verdict itself to race relations in general. And over the past week, many in the political commentariat have chosen to…

by | Jul 26, 2013

Who knew The New Yorker could out-tabloid the New York Post?  Image courtesy John Cuneo and The New Yorker.

by | Jul 24, 2013

Yesterday, Fox News reported on the ongoing “effort to create military chaplains for people who do not believe in God.” Without getting bogged down in the legislative details, I’d like to focus on the concept of a non-theistic “chaplain.”  Historically,…

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