• 1619 Project Meets Competition From Black Academics

    The Bob Woodson Center and Washington Examiner is offering an alternative to The New York Times and Pulitzer Center’s “1619 Project.” Theirs is aptly named “The 1776 Initiative.” Responses to the 1619 Project are popping up everywhere. Countless conservative scholars have weighed... Read more
  • President Trump plans to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

    President Donald Trump is expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett Saturday to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A source close to Barrett told CNA Friday that the judge, who met with Trump this week, expects to be nominated to the... Read more
  • Notorious RBG and the Cool Factor

    The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has filled our social media feeds with images of the iconic Supreme Court Justice. Scrolling through her photos was a reminder that no one has worn black robes with such style and savvy. The second woman to be a Supreme Court justice exuded a sense of quiet... Read more
  • Metro Detroit priest calls for national day of prayer and fasting to unite country

    Depending on the experts you listen to, the articles you read or the cable channel you watch for your national news, America appears divided. The protesting, the coronavirus, the election – take your pick; it's pretty ugly. However, a Catholic priest is reaching back to something President... Read more
  • Survey finds correlation between Catholic Mass attendance, political views

    BEDFORD, NH - FEBRUARY 9: Voters head to the polling booths inside the Bedford High school, February 9, 2016 in Bedford, New Hampshire. (Photos by Charles Ommanney/The Washington Post via Getty Images) A recent survey has found a correlation between the religious practices of Catholic likely... Read more
  • Arguing, but never quarreling: the odd couple of Scalia and Ginsburg

    There are no odd couples anymore. In an age of heightened partisanship and unsparing vitriol, it is conventional wisdom that if you are a conservative, you cannot pal around with a liberal. And if you are a liberal, you can have nothing in common with a conservative. Not so Ruth Bader... Read more
  • Breaking: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

    Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the enigmatic, longtime Supreme Court justice who attained near cult-like status among progressive circles, died Friday at the age of 87 from complications surrounding metastatic pancreas cancer. The late Supreme Court Justice, who spent more than two decades on... Read more
  • Analysis: China and the Vatican – What if the US recognizes Taiwan?

    Officials in Rome and Beijing are now confidently predicting an extension to the 2018 Vatican-China deal, despite continued persecution of Catholics in the country and little visible progress on the appointment of bishops.  The Vatican-China agreement continues to be viewed by many as a bad... Read more
  • ‘Expedited’ Investigation Ordered Over ICE Detainee Hysterectomies

     The acting director of U.S. immigration services has ordered an expedited investigation into allegations that hysterectomies were performed on immigrant women in federal custody without their full consent.  On Monday, The Intercept reported a whistleblower complaint had... Read more
  • The Catholic Case Against Communism

    In July 2019, America magazine, the top Jesuit publication, published a piece titled, “The Catholic Case for Communism,” with an accompanying photo of Bolivian leader Evo Morales handing a “communist crucifix” to Pope Francis. It suggested that Catholics can find common cause... Read more