Politics

Justice warns of bid to gag conservatives
Justice Clarence Thomas speaks out against proposed ethics rule banning judges from membership in ideological groups

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas panned a draft ethics rule that would dissuade judges from formally enrolling in ideological groups like the Federalist Society and its liberal counterpart, the American Constitution Society (ACS).

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Justice warns of bid to gag conservatives
Justice Clarence Thomas speaks out against proposed ethics rule banning judges from membership in ideological groups
2020-02-05T19:44:56-08:00

California pro-life voting guide
53 Congressmen, 21 State Senate seats, 80 State Assembly seats – up for grabs

The California Primary is March 3, when all 53 California Congressional Districts, 21 of the 40 California state Senate seats, and all 80 California state Assembly seats will be voted on, along with local

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California pro-life voting guide
53 Congressmen, 21 State Senate seats, 80 State Assembly seats – up for grabs
2020-02-05T16:26:06-08:00

Why tabloid Catholic journalism matters
What LifeSiteNews, OnePeterFive, Church Militant were right about

Catholic commentator George Weigel doesn’t want fellow Catholics reading aggressive conservative Catholic websites, like (presumably) Lifesite NewsOne Peter Five, and Church Militant:

“Resolve to limit your exposure to the Catholic blogosphere. In 2019,

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Why tabloid Catholic journalism matters
What LifeSiteNews, OnePeterFive, Church Militant were right about
2020-01-20T15:47:31-08:00

Pro-abortion language stripped from spending bills
Democrats try unsuccessfully to include anti-life provisions in two appropriations measures

The House passed two large spending bills December 17 that were stripped of pro-abortion language, ultimately satisfying pro-life advocates.

“This should never have been a problem in the first place. The main reason

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Pro-abortion language stripped from spending bills
Democrats try unsuccessfully to include anti-life provisions in two appropriations measures
2019-12-19T18:53:34-08:00

EWTN-Real Clear Politics survey on Catholics
Shortcut to predicting winner of 2020 popular vote

The in-depth survey of 2,055 registered voters (1,223 of whom were Catholic) was conducted Nov. 15-21. Done in partnership with Catholic-themed television network EWTN, the survey offers fresh insight into the mindset of a vast voting group long considered key

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EWTN-Real Clear Politics survey on Catholics
Shortcut to predicting winner of 2020 popular vote
2019-12-11T14:32:40-08:00

Former Daleiden lawyer appointed to federal bench
In narrow vote, Sarah Pitlyk confirmed to Eastern District Court of Missouri

The Senate on Thursday confirmed Sarah Pitlyk, a Catholic lawyer and advocate for pro-life activist David Daleiden, as a judge for the Eastern District Court of Missouri.

Pitlyk, confirmed by a vote of 49

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Former Daleiden lawyer appointed to federal bench
In narrow vote, Sarah Pitlyk confirmed to Eastern District Court of Missouri
2019-12-06T13:05:59-08:00

Biden denied Communion for supporting abortion
South Carolina priest: "Any public figure who advocates for abortion places himself or herself outside of Church teaching”

A South Carolina Catholic priest denied Holy Communion to  presidential candidate Joe Biden on Sunday, because of the candidate’s support for legal abortion.

Fr. Robert Morey, pastor of St. Anthony Catholic Church in

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Biden denied Communion for supporting abortion
South Carolina priest: "Any public figure who advocates for abortion places himself or herself outside of Church teaching”
2019-10-29T11:50:30-07:00

Budget deadlock appears inevitable
Democrats accused of inserting pro-abortion "poison pills" in appropriations bills

With the end-of-the-month deadline for Congress to pass legislation to fund the federal government fast approaching, lawmakers remain at odds over a series of issues, including key pro-life policies, making the need for a short-term extension

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Budget deadlock appears inevitable
Democrats accused of inserting pro-abortion "poison pills" in appropriations bills
2019-09-18T13:14:57-07:00

Legislature moves toward Sept. 13 adjournment
Several life and dignity bills being closely watched by California Catholic Conference

The California Legislative Session will officially end at midnight on September 13 and bills are moving at a frantic pace in the Capitol Building as lawmakers hurry to get their bills passed before the deadline.

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Legislature moves toward Sept. 13 adjournment
Several life and dignity bills being closely watched by California Catholic Conference
2019-09-12T11:32:13-07:00