Columnists

E. L. Core
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Remember Global Warming

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And Greens are getting rich.

Rev. Tucker Cordani
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Gaudete Sunday: Joyfully Waiting

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Saint James the Just, one of Christianity’s early leaders, counsels readers across the ages to be patient but productive while waiting for the fulfillment of God’s promises.  The canonical epistle composed by James (or by his community of disciples) urges his audience—“The Twelve Tribes of the Dispersion”—to be patient and to continue to live holy […]

Jake Frost
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Filling Soles on St. Nick’s Day

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Growing up, Saint Nicholas Day meant three things:  the fireplace, stocking caps, and the biggest pair of shoes you could find. It started the evening before, when we finished the family rosary.  We always ended our rosary with the ‘blowing of the candle.’  Well, actually it wasn’t a candle, it was a little oil lamp […]

E. L. Core
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Three Historic American Proclamations of Thanksgiving Day

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Continental Congress, Pres. Washington, Pres. Lincoln

E. L. Core
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C. S. Lewis on Tyranny

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CSL died 50 years ago today, November 22, 1963.

E. L. Core
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JFK’s Unspoken Words

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JFK died 50 years ago today, November 22, 1963.

E. L. Core
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150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address

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Dedication Day 2013

Fr. Frank Pavone
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Force the Vote!

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Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), along with a third of his colleagues as co-sponsors, has introduced in the US Senate a bill to protect children from abortion starting at 20-weeks of fetal age (“22 weeks LMP”). The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has already been passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, has been enacted in […]

E. L. Core
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We Were Warned

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Obama vs. Reagan

Dr. Paul Kengor
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Patton, Ike, and my Teenage Boys

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We are not a very old country.

E. L. Core
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Why President Obama Lied

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A 1994 TV ad explains much.

E. L. Core
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Presidential Mottos

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Out of the loop.

Dr. Paul Kengor
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Bonding Over Baseball

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Baseball still brings friends and families together.

E. L. Core
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The Trainwreck: HealthCare.gov Meets The Mythical Man-Month

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Why do software projects go awry?

Marge Fenelon
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The Play-by-Plays of Divine Providence

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Last week, I was asked to run commentary for the live stream of the Opening Ceremonies of the Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt’s Jubilee Year held in Vallendar, Germany but broadcast worldwide through the EWTN Studios in Birmingham, Alabama. Because the need had come up suddenly, there was little time to prepare. I had to shift […]

E. L. Core
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An Historical Aside on the Debt Ceiling

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The Confederation Congress could not tax, but it could borrow.

Dr. Paul Kengor
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Privatizing the National Park Service

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This recommendation will anger NPS employees.

E. L. Core
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SSA: Say What?

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Who’s zooming whom?

E. L. Core
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Will Another Presidential Bifurcation Be Coming Our Way?

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“Personal approval” vs. “Job approval”?

Marge Fenelon
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The Gaze of the Crucified Christ

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Where did Francis’ journey to Christ begin? It began with the gaze of the crucified Jesus. With letting Jesus look at us at the very moment that he gives his life for us and draws us to himself.  If I read only those three lines from Pope Francis’ homily for the feast of St. Francis […]

Fr. Frank Pavone
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No, the Pope is Not Diluting the Anti-Abortion Focus of the Church

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As the Director of Priests for Life, known worldwide as a ministry within the Catholic Church that urges more preaching, teaching, and action against abortion, I was asked by many alarmed and confused people these past few days about the reported comments of the Pope that the Church should not be “obsessed” with this issue, […]

Dr. Paul Kengor
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Tax Cuts and Deficits: Fact vs. Fiction

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The main reason for most deficits: excessive spending.

Marybeth Hicks
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Miley Cyrus’ Exploitation Doesn’t Surprise

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You’d better sit down because this is going to come as quite a shock. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have broken their engagement. I know. You probably need a minute to collect yourself. Who wouldn’t? They’ve been together since 2010 when they met on the set of a forgettable film called “The Last Song” (would […]

Dr. Paul Kengor
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The Progressive Crusade Against Tax Cuts

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FDR, for the record, despised Andrew Mellon.

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