Tag Archives: voting

Sunday, 4/24/16

“The humanities have had 23 good centuries. Why are you so greedy all of a sudden? Just because you happened to come along at the end of it all?” Continue reading

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Morals Mashup

I’ve been reading and enjoying Catholic blogger Mark Shea a great deal over the last month or two since discovering him (whereas, before, I merely had heard of him vaguely). One of his recurring themes recently has been voting as … Continue reading

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