Author: Deal W. Hudson



September 27, 2009

Charity, Civility, and Speaking the Truth

The funeral of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy provoked a highly charged debate among Catholics about civility. In the midst of this discussion, Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, the prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, came to Washington, …

September 13, 2009

When Should Catholics “Call a Spade a Spade”?

“To call a spade a spade,” a phrase whose origin can be traced back to Plutarch, is defined by Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable as to be “outspoken, blunt, even to the point of rudeness.” The question of when …

September 6, 2009

Bill Donohue Takes Aim at the Secular Left

In 1978, a young scholar in his early 30s named Bill Donohue, working on a book about the ACLU, went to New York City to interview its founder, Roger Baldwin. Donohue asked him why the ACLU was opposed to a …

August 29, 2009

People Don’t Know What Insurance Is

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative,In The News - 29 Aug 2009

“It’s a myth to say our health care system is broken — it is the best in the world.” That politically incorrect assertion comes from a man with more than 25 years of experience working for one of the nation’s …

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