Monthly Archives: February 2012

Social Justice — 27 February

With Rick Santorum’s late surge to the front of the Republican field comes an unwelcome guest at the party: social issues.  In a pivotal election, in which the relationship between government and its citizens – the core issue between freedom … Continue reading

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Scruples and Serfdom — 21 February 2012

A friend of a distinctly progressive bent asked me recently what I thought of the controversy over Obamacare, contraception and the Catholic Church. In a word, it is symptomatic of the arrogant power grab that is Obamacare. The controversy began … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration in a “Severe” Conservative — 13 February 2012

The window is closing for Mitt Romney to close the deal with conservatives.  I have been pretty disappointed with him over the course of the last couple of months as he has miffed opportunity after opportunity to rise to people’s … Continue reading

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Free to Be in the Worst of Taste — 6 February 2012

Beyonce and Jay-Z are proud new parents.  And like any prosperous couple, they found it hard to resist the urge to pamper their beautiful little Blue Ivy.  So they bought her a Jean-Paul Gaultier “burp dress” for $285.  Plus diamond … Continue reading

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