Where the True Line is Drawn

by baldilocks In the Washington Post, William Wan, Tanya Sichynsky and Sandhya Somashekhar say that “There are Two Americas”—an assertion made famous by the infamous 2004 Democrat vice-presidential candidate Senator John Edwards. All are were correct and the Washington Post writers outline the many ways in which the partitioning has been made flesh. To Kelcey … Continue reading Where the True Line is Drawn

The Devil’s in the Details for the GOP

The election results pose some significant challenges for the GOP since the Trump revolution may not have been as far-reaching as many would like to believe. Donald Trump did not make significant gains nationally, earning only a few more votes than the Republican candidates in the past three campaigns, as Mark Levin has pointed out. … Continue reading The Devil’s in the Details for the GOP

Francis unspun on Mercy

As the year of Mercy Closes Pope Francis has made some significant moves in the context of mercy in an Apostolic Letter:  Mercy and Peace 16. The Jubilee now ends and the Holy Door is closed. But the door of mercy of our heart continues to remain wide open. We have learned that God bends … Continue reading Francis unspun on Mercy