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Law & Politics

A Proposition to Divorce the World

Hardly a day passes that I do not see a story on Twitter or Facebook about the plight of religious freedom for Catholics. Without a doubt, the battle for religious freedom in the U.S. has been mild compared to many other countries, thanks, in large part, to the protection of freedoms enshrined in the Constitution. […] Read More

Voluntary Suffering

Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse, an online publisher of essays on public issues,  ran a piece by Robert Oscar Lopez, a CSU Northridge professor and social activist recently, describing growing campus censorship around the country. He compares his experience as an invited, and then uninvited, speaker at a Stanford Anscombe Society (SAS) event to the legion of invitation […] Read More