Big Government vs. Little Sisters: a breach too far
With over ninety lawsuits in courts for over two years contesting the government’s violation of the Constitution and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, this one may be emblematic.
Truth matters, in politics, culture, personal beliefs
Some big questions have demonstrably true answers. But when they don’t fit powerful narratives, some powerful people are making the questions irrelevant.
Government watchdogs scrutinize media
Wait. Isn’t it supposed to be the other way around?
Why are humans spreading anti-humanism?
It’s an ideology that sees humans as the scourge of the earth. How can any human get behind that?
Vatican attacked again by UN committee
If the Catholic Church is so out of touch and irrelevant, why the concerted efforts at the UN to drive out the Vatican’s influence?
Rolling Stone features Francis
They get rock. But this is way beyond their reach or grasp.
Prejudice as strong as ever?
It takes many forms, and it snakes its way through cultural relativism. But it’s alive and very active.
Why Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marched
Human dignity and human rights, “for all God’s children.”
Supreme Court hears abortion clinic ‘buffer zone’ arguments
This comes down to what's being heard.
Little Sisters of the Poor and Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate
Sir Thomas More said he was the king’s good servant, but God’s first. This modern day version isn’t far off.
Little Sisters vs. big government
As they say in politics, the optics are bad in this one.
Justice Sotomayor’s New Year’s Eve surprise ruling
She ruled against Obamacare’s HHS mandate. Then she was dancing in Times Square.
Terri Schiavo family fighting to save teen’s life
By the time you read this, it may be over for the girl.
Top posts in Sheila Reports in 2013
Sheila Liaugminas’s controversial, well-informed, and up-to-date posts have long been one of MercatorNet’s most popular features. Here are some of the top entries from 2013.
Start with perspective.
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