The Virgin Mary Vs Wendy Davis at Notre Dame

At the Federalist Adam Cassandra notes that Monday on the feast of the Annunciation, the day Catholics celebrate Mary saying "Yes" to God at Notre Dame they were celebrating something exactly the opposite:. Davis — who rose to stardom in the political world following her 2013 filibuster of pro-life legislation in Texas — ran the gamut of … Continue reading The Virgin Mary Vs Wendy Davis at Notre Dame

The Panama Papers’ lesson

While the news cycle obsesses on the primaries, the rest of the world has been reading about a huge trove of legal records from Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm, revealing the secretive offshore companies used to hide wealth, evade taxes and commit fraud by the world’s dictators, business tycoons and criminals. They were initially obtained … Continue reading The Panama Papers’ lesson

Donald Trump Sour Grapes 2: Dreamer Trump

In yesterday morning's post I noted that Donald Trump's complaint about it being "unfair" that he has to get 1237 delegates to support him and used a Jackie Robinson reference to explain why there is nothing unfair about it. But there is another argument that is not only better but actually devastating to both conservatism … Continue reading Donald Trump Sour Grapes 2: Dreamer Trump