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Commencement speech season heats up

Commencement speech season heats up

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Since I am sucker for celebrity commencement addresses, mid- to late-May is like my own, personal Christmas.

Help a Sister out: In defense of U.S. nuns

Help a Sister out: In defense of U.S. nuns

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I've been in awe of Catholic nuns from a very young age. As my family likes to remind me, I even wanted to be one. As I've gotten older, my awe has turned into respect and affection.

Senate blocks amendment to birth control rule

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The Senate jettisoned an amendment Thursday that would have allowed employers an exemption from the Obama administration's birth control rule.

The morality of money

The morality of money

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Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) proposed an interesting question last week in his hearing on a federal contraception mandate for employers, namely, "Has the Obama administration trampled on freedom of religion and freedom of conscience?"