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The New York Times op-ed column: Many Kinds of Catholic, by Frank Bruni: If Catholicism is measured by obeisance to the pope, his cardinals and the letter of Vatican law, then Rick Santorum is the best Catholic to ever get...
First the good news - the charges leveled at Senator Monty Pearce were dismissed this morning by the Senate Ethics Committee. They voted unanimously to do so. In the end, even the Democrats on the committee agreed that there was no evidence Senator Pearce got anything for his votes. He had...
Today's New York Times has a great piece about the importance of Wickard v. Filburn (1942) for current legal challenges to the Obama administration's health care reform legislation. Here's a taste:If the Obama administration persuades the Supreme Court to uphold its health care overhaul law, it...
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) has proposed legislation requiring the Obama administration to secure congressional legislative approval for the United States to participate in an international anti-piracy treaty, a position at odds with the Obama administration.Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) Sen. Ron Wyden...
Fairness Requires Proof First - and only AFTER there is PROOF - a charge. Senator Pearce Deserves Better.
I am representing Idaho State Senator Monte Pearce against charges that he violated Senate Ethics Rules by failing to disclose, while in committee, that he might have had a conflict of interest with respect to his support of a bill that consolidates regulation of gas and oil exploration (HB...