Category Archives: CatholicVote

Get the truth on Obamacare

There’s no sugarcoating this. It’s a scandal pure and simple. Today President Obama delivered a major speech touting the success of Obamacare. And guess where he delivered this important speech… …the national conference of the Catholic Health Association. It’s no secret that the Catholic Health Association has long done the bidding of the Obama Administration on […]

Here are the top ten favorite articles this month

David Letterman retired, so now I can do a Top Ten list. And just like his, mine isn’t funny. These are the Top Ten Most Interesting Articles, according to our Loopers — the faithful subscribers of CatholicVote’s daily rundown on news and articles from around the web. Are you in the Loop? If not,  sign up […]

40 Days for Marriage

  The Supreme Court is deliberating right now whether or not there is a constitutional right to same-sex ‘marriage.’ This ruling could impact children, the family, and the future of America for generations to come. The court is expected to announce its ruling by the last day of June, which is precisely 40 days from […]

Sign up for The Loop — our new daily quick read that’ll keep you up on the news

What better way to see what The Loop is all about then to share with you today’s issue? If you like what you see, sign up at www.catholicvote.org/loop.   TUESDAY, APRIL 7 CRIME // Bishops in Massachusetts say no death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber. http://cvote.it/1IlD71K ECONOMICS 101 //  The public thinks the average company makes a 36% […]

Congress, Catholics, and the Vanishing Pro-Life Democrat

Yesterday, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life released some statistics on the religious composition of the new 114th Congress, which includes more Catholics (with 164) than any Congress in history. That’s about 31% of Congress that identifies as Catholics, compared with about 22% of American adults. Sadly, while the number of Catholics in […]

How Mary Landrieu led to me to CatholicVote

Twelve years ago, I was in the Bayou State watching election returns. When most people visit Louisiana, they go to the French Quarter. But I went instead to Sulphur. It’s an oil and gas town 30 miles from the Texas border. Their motto of “Faith – Family – Community” is featured prominently in their parades. […]


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