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Worse Than a Den of Thieves

It is with great irony that during this Holy Week Pope Benedict XVI is under fire for mishandling child sexual abuse cases in Europe and the United States. As Christians the world over observe the holiest week of the year, many yearn for real Christian leadership in the church. Advocates for survivors of child sexual abuse...
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Alexander Haig: Honor Over Opportunism

Rare is the politician in Washington who places honor and service to country over self-serving opportunism and career advancement.  The Cold War generation lost perhaps its greatest symbol of honor and service with the death this week of General Alexander M. Haig, Jr. (more…)...
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Obama’s Katrina

Who wouldn’t wince when seeing the starving faces of Haiti’s earthquake survivors, grasping for life-saving rations probably too small to help them?  Here we stand, helpless to save these struggling souls a full two weeks after the earthquake. Somehow people are loathe to inject politics into the rescue efforts while the presence of hundreds of thousands...
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Time for GOP to “Man-Up”

“Man-up,” said Christopher Christie the week before he was elected the Governor of New Jersey against incumbent Jon Corzine.  “If you’re going to do it, at least man up and say I’m fat…If you say I’m fat, I’m fat.  Let’s go.  Let’s talk about it,” quipped Christie, calling-out the incumbent on his negative advertising. Christie was...
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Media Limits Full Coverage of Newsman’s Murder

By all accounts, George Weber was a “really good, good guy.”  In the words of his grieving family, the veteran WABC Radio newsman was “a truly caring person who loved and was loved by all he met.” There is no doubt this is the side of Weber that his family should cherish as they struggle with...
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