What Today Truly Means

  In the coming days, the headlines will assign blame and credit for today’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court. The pundits on cable news will continue to peddle the rat race of modern presidential campaigns, turning every minute and meaningless poll result into a sound bite for who’s ahead and who’s behind.    Before [Read More...]

Why I Hate the “Middle Class,” But Love Working Americans

One of my favorite quotes is FDR’s famous line, “The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.”  This moral and economic principle is at the core of what it means to be [Read More...]

Will Christians Actually Feed the Hungry?

When we harness our collective power to produce legislation that benefits the most vulnerable we are enacting Christ’s Sermon on the Mount into Law. Programs such as SNAP we show care for the hungry, the thirsty and the meek and we answer Christ’s command to serve the least among us. [Read more...]

Putting Politics Before People

By labeling President Obama’s efforts to increase access to healthcare for the uninsured as “socialist,” the Republican Party has made the case that we have no collective obligation to the least well off among us. [Read more...]

Why All Bibles Should Go Digital…

Okay, every bible becoming an e-book might be a little hyperbolic, but maybe not by much! The Bible serves as an incredible jumping point for people wishing to further explore our Christian call to stewardship. [Read more...]

The Founding Values of America!

This is the question: Has America moved away from the values that it was once founded upon? We first have to take a look at why America was established. [Read more...]

Politics of a Seamless Garment: Catholic Universities, HHS and Onward

In December of 1983 Joseph Cardinal Bernardin was invited to give an address on Catholic Teaching and the American body Politic. In a crowded room at Fordham University he introduced an important thought: “I am convinced that the pro-life position of the Church must be developed in terms of a comprehensive and consistent ethic of [Read More...]

Last Friday’s Evangelical Conference Call

On Friday, May 11, 2012 the Obama Campaign held an evangelical conference call to talk about the values that the Democratic Party holds themselves to. This conference call included Rev. Derrick Harkins, the leader of faith outreach for the Democratic National Committee; J. R. Kerr, an evangelical pastor from Park Community Church in Chicago; Rod [Read More...]

My Political Story and Journey

Proverbs 31:8 says, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly and defend the rights of the poor and needy.” Even through disagreements, the common good of the welfare of people should always be something to bring us back to common [Read More...]

Budgetary myths that Christians should reject, Part 2:

Poverty is incredibly specific. It affects specific men, women, and children-not just the amorphous (and thus easily dismissed) “poor.” [Read more...]


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