Growing in the decade since the massacres Muslim leaders credit the gains to their ability during the 1994 massacres to shield most Muslims, and many other Rwandans, from certain death. “The Muslims handled themselves well in ’94, and I wanted […]
In a comment below, someone posted a link to the accounts of the Partial-Birth Abortion trials, being monitored by the American Center for Law and Justice. Go here and click on “Jay’s PBA Trial Notebook” in the upper right. You’re […]
E.J. Dionne on Leon Wieseltier. Is tolerance a sell-out for the religiously committed?
The Kerry discussion just a bit. I was just about the post something, when cs and Patrick Sweeney started an echo chamber of my thoughts down below. It really is time for John Kerry’s bishop – O’Malley, and perhaps even […]
Gets combative. Sounds stupid. Mr. Kerry became combative when told that some conservatives were criticizing him for being a Roman Catholic who supported policies, like abortion rights and same-sex unions, that are at odds with Catholic teaching. “Who are they?” […]
Probation terms are too demanding Bishop Thomas J. O’Brien wants his travel time deducted from the 1,000 hours of community service he was ordered to serve for a felony hit-and-run conviction. The bishop’s attorneys also say the 40 hours a […]