Pete Buttigeig: What You See Is Not What You Get

Deal W. Hudson March 31, 2019 Mayor Pete Buttigeig of South Bend, Indiana is a full-blown relativist. He views the world through the lens of multiculturalism, historicism, gay rights, and radical feminism. Buttigeig hopes to secure the Democratic Party nomination in order to become President of the United States. If elected, there would be no… Continue reading Pete Buttigeig: What You See Is Not What You Get

Immigration and the Golden Ticket

Deal W. Hudson February 24, 2019 In the last decade, the topic of immigration has become as divisive in the Catholic Church as the issue of abortion. Like abortion, immigration is now at the center of national politics—it was the centerpiece of the 2016 presidential election. The election of 2020 promises more of the same… Continue reading Immigration and the Golden Ticket

So Much for Dialogue: Cardinal Tobin Talks Past Trump

Deal W. Hudson January 31, 2019 Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin published an opinion piece in the New York Times about “The ‘Ethics’ of Trump’s Border Wall” (January 30, 2019) Tobin’s argument is presumptuous, accusatory, and riddled with factual errors. In that way, it’s no different from most of what we read and hear from liberals who attack President Trump.… Continue reading So Much for Dialogue: Cardinal Tobin Talks Past Trump

Catholics and the GOP: an Uneasy Fit — my op-ed from the Los Angeles Times — January 23, 2000.

Catholics make up the largest single religious denomination–65 million–of any kind in this country. They also make up one-third of the electorate in a presidential election, approximately 30 million. Yet in more than 200 years, a Catholic priest has never served as chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives. In December, an 18-member bipartisan committee… Continue reading Catholics and the GOP: an Uneasy Fit — my op-ed from the Los Angeles Times — January 23, 2000.

Dominant-Issue Voters

Deal W. Hudson Several Catholic leaders have recently commented that Catholics should not be “single issue” voters, meaning that they shouldn’t vote exclusively on the abortion issue. I agree. But it’s not necessary to be a single-issue voter to give the life issues the priority they deserve. Catholics should be “dominant issue” voters. The Catholic… Continue reading Dominant-Issue Voters

An Evangelical Ponders the Presidency

Deal W. Hudson September 25, 2006 If you know the name Huckabee it’s probably from the popular movie or the highly publicized weight-loss campaign of the Arkansas Governor. My wife is politically astute and very knowledgeable. When I told her I was meeting with Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas, she quickly replied, “Oh, he’s the… Continue reading An Evangelical Ponders the Presidency

Why Barack Obama Will Not Win the Catholic Vote

Deal W. Hudson January 7, 2008 To win the White House in 2008, the Democrats have to win back the Catholic voters they lost to the GOP in 2000 and 2004. A previous Window forecast that if the Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton, she would win the Catholic vote. However, with his commanding victory in the Iowa caucus,… Continue reading Why Barack Obama Will Not Win the Catholic Vote