So be thankful for that! Guess what else? There is a Jesuit angle that may unlock the mystery of genius’s religious background.
Writing for the Washington Post, Terence McCoy shares what was found when a First Folio of the Bard’s work was discovered in a French library. Long ago, the metadata it had been catalogued under was in error as to its age, see? [Read more...]
It’s baaack. And it’s badder than ever. Roll clip, [Read more...]
Just the other day I was joking on Facebook that I welcome our new judicial overlords. I said it jokingly because it seems like many courts have made decisions based on half-baked ideas lately.
But today, the 6th Circuit of Appeals bucked the trend of governing from the bench. USA Today reports, [Read more...]
Of course, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty has the scoop. This is what Lori Windham, Senior Counsel for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty had to say on this development. [Read more...]
The wildflower that has sprung up in the power vacuums created in the Syrian and Iraqi deserts has a name, and it is ISIS.
Would you believe the roots of this particular group of terrorists are deeper than just being a new face of al Qaeda? Believe it, or not, their roots go all the way back to the days of the Christian iconoclasts from long ago. [Read more...]