Special Report

Coercively “Tolerant”

April 26, 2011 Kathy Shaidle 0

It was January 2005, and the “debate” over gay “marriage” had been settled in typical Canadian fashion: according to the nation’s academic and media elites—and even some “conservative” politicians—opponents of the new “same sex marriage” […]


The Chief Justice

April 26, 2011 Anita Crane 0

On June 27, Pope Benedict XVI named Archbishop Raymond Burke to the office of Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura. Before serving as archbishop of St. Louis, Burke served as bishop of […]

Special Report

“Shun Idols”

April 26, 2011 J. J. Ziegler 0

The Roman Pontifex Maximus Julius Caesar, in words destined to be translated by generations of Latin students, observed that “all Gaul is divided into three parts.” Over two millennia later, during his apostolic journey to […]


The Jindal Special

April 26, 2011 Jeremy Lott 0

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has a 100 percent pro-gun control voting record, with one all-important exception. In a July 2006 roll call vote on an amendment to the Department of Homeland Security emergency appropriations […]


An Issue Bigger than California

April 26, 2011 Brian O'Neel 0

In a summer of floods, $4-per-gallon gasoline, and an increasingly contentious presidential election, many Americans may have missed what is happening in California on another front. There is an initiative on California’s November ballot that […]

Special Report

Protectionism and Poverty

April 26, 2011 J. J. Ziegler 0

For the 900,000 residents of the oilrich monarchy of Qatar—independent from Britain only since 1971— Doha is a thriving capital city, a modern business, education, and media center that serves as the headquarters of the […]

Special Report

Restoring Catholic Integrity

April 26, 2011 Anita Crane 0

His Excellency Joseph F. Naumann, D.D. was ordained the archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas on January 15, 2005. On that day, he said, “I ask for your prayers that I might be a good and […]

Special Report

World Youth Day 2008

April 26, 2011 Father Matthew Gamber 0

In the cool darkness of an Australian July winter’s night, under a clear sky marked with stars of the Southern Cross, Pope Benedict looked upon the 235,000 candle-bearing young persons gathered with him at the […]