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...
Catholic university professors last week engaged in a tired broadside against Speaker of the House John Boehner as he was set to deliver the commencement speech at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. This week, so... Read Post
The American Catholic has an excellent round of commentary on the Ryan budget and the ensuing debate carried out on the question, “is the Ryan budget in accordance with Catholic social teaching, or not?”. While this might seem an a... Read Post
Pareene pwns Milbank: Today in quintessential sentences from The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "Legal merits aside, trying the terrorist leader in New York would be a political disaster — something everybody seems to grasp but Hol... Read Post