Steve Skojec is the Vice President of Communications & Marketing for an independent real estate brokerage. He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he earned a BA in Communications and Theology. He has been blogging about the intersection of religion and politics for 10 years, and was a columnist and staff blogger for Crisis Magazine from 2008 – 2012. His hobbies include writing, photography, art & design, social media, and an avid appreciation of science fiction. Steve lives in Northern Virginia with his wife Jamie and their six children.
Music legend Charlie Daniels weighed in yesterday on the fight between the Obama Administration and the Little Sisters of the Poor. Daniels tweeted: It's a disgrace when the only people with the ... More
On Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued an order preventing the government from enforcing the Obamacare contraceptive mandate on the Little Sisters of the Poor. Sotomayor's decis... More
Back in April, I wrote about a push to federalize a California state law that prohibits counseling aimed at changing a person's sexual orientation. The controversy surrounding this push involved t... More
You may not have heard about it. I hadn't until last night. But today in Albuquerque, New Mexico, city residents are voting on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance -- a measure that... More
Several years ago, I was living with my family in Tucson, Arizona. We acted as live-in caretakers for my elderly father-in-law who was, at the time, recovering from serious surgery and was largely... More
It's Election Day in Virginia. With polls putting the unlikable Terry McAuliffe ahead by six points at the eleventh hour, it's anyone's guess how this is going to turn out, but it's not looking g... More