Pope Calls Killings of Armenians ‘Genocide,’ Provoking Turkish Anger
Jim Yardley and Sebnem Arsu, New York Times
Pope Francis on Sunday described the World War I-era slaughter of Armenians by the Ottoman Turks as the first genocide of the 20th century, igniting a diplomatic confrontation with Turkey, which quickly summoned the Vatican’s ambassador to condemn the pontiff’s remarks.
Pioneers and Police: Archetypes in Constitutional Law Scholarship
Marc DeGirolami, Mirror of Justice
Increasingly I am coming to believe that much scholarship in constitutional law, at least as respects commentary about contemporary controversies, may be characterized as the opposition of pioneers and police.
To Keep Free of Federal Reins, Wyoming Catholic College Rejects Student Aid
Jack Healy, New York Times
An insurrection is brewing here at Wyoming Catholic College, a tiny redoubt of cowboy-style Catholicism where students learn about horseback riding and Thomas Aquinas, and take grueling mountain hikes conducted entirely in Latin.
Will We Surrender on Religious Freedom?
Ed Feulner, The Daily Signal
“They won’t go to Indiana, but they will go to Saudi Arabia.” That’s Carly Fiorina speaking about Apple CEO Tim Cook and his well-publicized opposition to Indiana’s religious freedom law.