Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI), who was received into the Catholic Church on Monday, is a leading opponent of comprehensive immigration reform. Let’s hope for a conversion on that score as well.
In her shot-at-Obama heard ’round the world, Hillary Clinton told the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg, “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle.” It isn’t?
The president seems to have taken a page from the first Christian thinker to advance a concept of just war.
No one comes close to having the qualifications of the longtime head of Reform Judaism’s policy shop.
Can what worked in Connecticut, turning the governor around on housing child migrants, work elsewhere?
Has President Obama managed to thread the needle on gay rights and religious freedom, as my colleague David Gibson suggests? I’m not so sure.
Why is the junior senator from Connecticut begging Hobby Lobby to abide by his state’s contraception mandate when the state has a right to demand it?
The immediate import of the Supreme Court’s decision seems to be that the two companies in question, Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood, should receive the same accommodation afforded religious non-profits; namely, their female employees will have the contraceptive services objected to by the companies covered by the insurance company covering or administering their plans.