Though I’m currently on the road recording the audio version of my forthcoming book, The Franciscan Heart of Thomas Merton (Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press), which is due out in late September, I have been simultaneously involved in the final stages of the editorial production process for my book, 609 more words
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The Tenth Circuit published one civil decision today.
In Teamsters Local Union No. 455 v. NLRB (No. 12-9519), the court upheld the NLRB’s decision to simply direct an employer to stop taking certain illegal actions, rather than to penalize the employer by awarding its unionized employees backpay, as requested by the Teamsters. 355 more words
Lots of recent legislation in MANY states will shut down MANY abortion facilities, but not all of them….by design. In Texas, Ohio and Louisiana laws that are essentially the same across the board were designed to protect the lives of the unborn AND the women who choose to kill their child. 677 more words
It was the Hobby Lobby case that caused District Judge Kopf to finally flip his cork and rudely suggest that the Supreme Court “stfu”. But he also made clear that Hobby Lobby wasn’t his only beef with the Supremes—particularly the conservative Supremes. 1,018 more words