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Truly, You Have a Dizzying Intellect . . .

In today’s column, Dana Milbank sets out to attack Congressman Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) for misrepresenting Catholic social teaching. Thing is, Milbank can’t seem to decide which way to go about it. So rather than choose one line of attack, he goes with “all of the above.” The result is enough to leave a reader’s head spinning. Keep reading this post...
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