Catholic Politicians Supporting Same-Sex Marriage Legislation

Deal W. Hudson January 7, 2010 Writing for the Catholic Advocate, Matt Smith reports that 39 of the 106 cosponsors of a House bill that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act are “self-identified” Catholics. Smith, a former associate director of the White House Office of Public Liaison, warns that same-sex marriage activists are trying to bring H.R.… Continue reading Catholic Politicians Supporting Same-Sex Marriage Legislation

Virginia Catholics Take Up Arms against Obamacare

Deal W. Hudson January 14, 2010 Three Virginia Catholics are leading the resistance against the encroaching power of the Obama White House. As reported in the Washington Post, legislation has been introduced to curb federal power over health insurance, interstate commerce, and gun regulation. Three of the leaders behind this effort are pro-life Catholics: Robert G. Marshall, a… Continue reading Virginia Catholics Take Up Arms against Obamacare

Catholics and the Personhood Initiative

Deal W. Hudson January 18, 2010 As pro-lifers head to the nation’s capital this week, they are united in their opposition to abortion funding in the health-care bill. But, as they gather for the 37th annual March for Life, pro-life leaders are divided on the merits of the Personhood Initiative, a nationwide effort to establish legal… Continue reading Catholics and the Personhood Initiative

Why Is the Obama Administration Going Soft on Iran Sanctions?

Deal W. Hudson January 25, 2010 Hilary Clinton’s recent comments on Iran sanctions have disappointed the dozen conservative Christian leaders who signed two letters to Congress last year (on September 24 and December 14) expressing support for the House bill intended to stop the rogue nation’s nuclear program. The bill, which passed 412 to 12, would have authorized the White House… Continue reading Why Is the Obama Administration Going Soft on Iran Sanctions?

Obama Fails to Seize the Opportunity of His Big Night

Deal W. Hudson January 28, 2010 President Barack Obama gave his first State of the Union address last night. With his popularity in a steady decline over the past six months, Obama needed his speech to rekindle the enthusiasm for his leadership that elected him in the first place. Thus far, there is no evidence to suggest… Continue reading Obama Fails to Seize the Opportunity of His Big Night

More Disturbing News about the CCHD

Deal W. Hudson February 2, 2010 More startling evidence has been unearthed about the Catholic Campaign for Human development that shows a disturbing pattern of cooperation between the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and groups that advocate abortion and same-sex marriage. Two reports, released yesterday by the American Life League (ALL) and Bellarmine Veritas Ministry (BVM), reveal that the Center… Continue reading More Disturbing News about the CCHD

Why Did the USCCB Join This Civil Rights Organization?

Deal W. Hudson February 8, 2010 The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has some surprising associations. For example, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights(LCCHR), founded in 1950, lobbies the Congress and White House on behalf of its 200 coalition members, which includes the USCCB. Members of the LCCHR must pay annual dues depending on… Continue reading Why Did the USCCB Join This Civil Rights Organization?

Why I Signed the CCHD Petition

Deal W. Hudson February 15, 2010 I’ve been asked why I support the Reform CCHD Now petition requesting that the bishops suspend all Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) grants until a thorough review of the program has been completed. A series of reports by Reform CCHD have revealed clear evidence that grants are being given to organizations supporting… Continue reading Why I Signed the CCHD Petition

Will the Government Take Over the Internet?

Deal W. Hudson February 18, 2010 How many times have you been on an important cell-phone call, and suddenly the call is dropped? Whether you pay for service from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, or any other service provider, dead zones are unhappy facts of daily life. For the past few years, phone companies have been encouraged… Continue reading Will the Government Take Over the Internet?

Why Tom Golisano Believes in Ave Maria University

Deal W. Hudson February 23, 2010 Last November 5, Ave Maria University celebrated a generous gift of $4 million from Tom Golisano, chairman of Paychex, the second largest payroll processor in the United States. Given that Golisano is the owner of the Buffalo Sabres hockey team and Buffalo Bandits lacrosse team, his gift will go to… Continue reading Why Tom Golisano Believes in Ave Maria University