Tag Archives: Law

A Site You Need To Bookmark To Keep Track Of The IRS Scandal

You can find it at Professor Paul L. Caron’s TaxProf Blog. Based out of Pepperdine University’s School of Law, Professor Caron has a continuing post that keeps track of daily news stories focused around the continuing-to-surface IRS Scandal submarine. Advertisements

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The Chinese Chesterton’s Thoughts on the Influence of Christianity on Common Law

It’s been a long time since I shared thoughts here from my faithful departed friend named John C.H. Wu. I won’t bore you to death with the details of his life, as I’ve already done that in numerous posts before. … Continue reading

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Can a Pope Know More About Liberty Than the Founding Fathers?

See for yourself.

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Interesting Stuff I Found While Reading the New HHS Mandate Rules

Evening folks. Sorry I haven’t posted anything until now, but I’ve been reading the 80 pages of proposed rules regarding the HHS Mandate. I didn’t really want to, because it’s not exactly Joe Six-Packs’ idea of a “good time.” But … Continue reading

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The Catholic Bishops of Colorado Respond to Hospitals’ Claim of Unborn Twins Personhood UPDATED

A couple of days ago, my blog neighbor Deacon Greg Kandra shared a news item about a Catholic hospital in Colorado that is a defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit. The story is noteworthy because the Catholic hospitals’ legal defense … Continue reading

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Can Mary Ann Glendon Change the President’s Mind on the HHS Mandate?

Last Tuesday, I shared Mary Ann Glendon’s piece in the Wall Street Journal explaining why we are suing the U.S. Government. Today, Kathy Schiffer learns that Glendon has been appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). She … Continue reading

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Guess What? Parts of the HHS Mandate Aren’t Unconstitutional

Says who? Says First Amendment scholar, and Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles, Thomas J. Curry. As a newbie Catholic, and a layman, I’m not familiar with Bishop Curry, or his studies on this issue. Over at the Catholic University of … Continue reading

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Cardinal Dolan’s Letter to the Bishops UPDATED

Dated March 2, 2012 and presented below in it’s entirety. All links added are the work of your blogger. My brother bishops, Twice in recent weeks, I have written you to express my gratitude for our unity in faith and … Continue reading

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