Court Is ‘One of Most Activist,’ Ginsburg Says, Vowing to Stay
Adam Liptak, New York Times
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 80, vowed in an interview to stay on the Supreme Court as long as her health and intellect remained strong, saying she was fully engaged in her work as the leader of the liberal opposition on what she called “one of the most activist courts in history.”
Catholic Organizations Receive ‘Navigator’ Grants To Promote Pro-Abortion Obamacare
Susan Berry, Breitbart
In addition to Planned Parenthood, Ascension Health, the largest Catholic and nonprofit health system, and Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Mobile, Alabama, have received federal “navigator” grants to enroll Americans in ObamaCare.
The Ascent of Wealth in the Western Roman Empire
Thomas R. Martin, Liberty Law Blog
No scholar is more skilled than Peter Brown at analyzing the copious evidence for the intellectual and religious changes in the western Roman Empire and suggesting, though not prescribing, ways to think about the answers to these questions.
Former Church Council Chief Urges Christianity to Abandon “Exclusivity”
Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism
Former National Council of Churches chief Joan Brown Campbell, in her sermon at Chautauqua today, urged that Christians reject the “exclusivity” of their own faith.