Monthly Archives: March 2011

In Defense of American Public Schools

One of the favorite things that United States citizens like to complain about is American public schools.  John Dewey poisoned our public school systems in many ways (a whole different issue).  However, what really goes too far is when we … Continue reading

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Pope & Planned Parenthood Agree: Title X Increases Abortion

Currently, a debate is raging in Congress with three possible outcomes. Should the federal government cease to fund Title X, which Richard Nixon designed as an enormous federal contraception and sexual outreach and education fund (the GOP budget)? Or should … Continue reading

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The Dedication

Greetings, readers.  I am dedicating this blog to the two original Catholic populists — the newly beatified Cardinal St. John Henry Newman (1801 – 1890) and the statesman and historian Lord John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton (1837 – 1869). Obviously populism, … Continue reading

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