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"Church and State Collide in Puerto Rico"

This article reports that Puerto Rico’s Secretary of the Treasury, Juan Zaragoza, announced that his agency will soon begin an audit of religious entities in an effort to identify non-profit organizations that are wrongfully avoiding payment of taxes. 29 more words

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Unconstitutional Court Censorship Prompts Daleiden First Amendment Federal Court Appeal

Thomas More Society Defends Planned Parenthood Exposé and “Undercover Journalism at Large”

SAN FRANCISCO, April 26, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ — Thomas More Society attorneys filed an appeal last week with the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit for undercover journalist David Daleiden, arguing for reversal of a preliminary injunction that bars Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress from publishing undercover videos from the 2014 and 2015 annual meetings of the National Abortion Federation (“NAF”). 596 more words

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{Private note to Hillary: please take one minute in a debate with The Don to calmly quote this page from Webster’s.  Just quote this and ask for the next question. 129 more words

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SPRING IS A FRENCH RESTAURANT HIDDEN IN A HISTORIC DTLA BUILDING

Spring is a new French restaurant tucked away at one of the most bland intersections in Downtown Los Angeles.  There is not much happening at the corners of Spring and Third Streets.   658 more words

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Of Walls and Borders 3: Security Concerns

Among the concerns present in the current conversation on immigration is the assumption that crime rates increase in areas with high immigrant populations, creating a local and national security risk. 954 more words

The Catholic Church, for its part, fully sustained the efforts of the political authorities to advance the temporal welfare of all the people. In the spiritual realm the Church took very seriously its mission to teach, govern, and sanctify the faithful.

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Religion, that viable relationship between God and man, was a prime preoccupation of the medieval man, the reason for his existence, the central fact that dominated his whole life.

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