The following is a re-post from my old blog, originally posted March 6, 2006. – Eric On the first day of Lent we heard these words (adapted from Genesis 3:19) spoken as a priest dipped his thumb in ash and made the sign of the cross on our foreheads. They served as an outward sign […]
Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. I get so excited that I start listening to my Christmas music at the beginning of November, much to the surprise and chagrin of some of my loved ones. This year, I’ve been asking myself what I’ve been getting excited about. Is it the celebration of Christ’s birth? …
I think Francoise Ducros is right. Canada PM: Bush not ‘a moron’ “OTTAWA, Canada (Reuters) — Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, attempting to head off an embarrassing spat with Washington, Thursday quickly distanced himself from a senior official who reportedly called President Bush ‘a moron.’ “
Last Chance for Cybersecurity LawLate-session legislation likely to focus on homeland issues, but tech bills are still in play.By Michelle Madigan “WASHINGTON–While tech legislation languishes, both Republican and Democratic leaders will tackle homeland security issues when the lame-duck session of Congress begins Tuesday.”
The Washington U. Student Bar Assocation reversed its previous decision and recognized Law Students Pro-Life. I thank everyone who responded to this, but remember the Coast Guard motto “Semper Paratus” (Always prepared). This is not the first, nor will it be the last, time that the legal community has tried to repress pro-life voices.