Carson Holloway

May 25, 2013

A Bummer of a Presidency

The Obama presidency is a bummer for conservatives.  They don’t like his politics, and they thought they should have been able to defeat his effort to
May 23, 2013

The IRS: Can Lois Lerner Keep Her Job?

A few weeks ago, when news broke that the IRS had apparently been targeting conservative groups for heightened scrutiny, some liberal commentators claimed that there was
May 10, 2013

Immigration and the Poor and Huddled Masses

The controversy over efforts at immigration reform continues.  One of the latest strands involves the Heritage Foundation’s report claiming that the Gang of 8 bill will
May 8, 2013

Pope Francis Against the Self-Referential Church, Part 2

Last month I blogged about Pope Francis’s remarks against the idea of a “self-referential” Church.  The Church, the Pope believes, must reach beyond itself, must seek
April 30, 2013

Reuters Reports on the “Ordination” of a Woman Priest

On Saturday Reuters put out an article on a woman in Kentucky who took part in a ceremony purporting to make her into a Catholic priest. 
April 25, 2013

A Big Obstacle to Immigration Reform

According to an old jazz tune, “It ain’t what you do, it’s the way how you do it.” It is good to keep this principle in
April 23, 2013

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Rights

When the government of the United States announced that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would not immediately be given the usual Miranda warning, civil libertarians expressed concern for his
April 19, 2013

Report: Scouts to Lift Ban on Homosexual Youth

Reuters reports that the Boy Scouts of America will soon consider a proposed new policy, one that will admit homosexual youth to the organization.  The Scouts
April 17, 2013

Opening a Path to Polygamy?

Over at Public Discourse I have an article on some of the points made recently when the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the cases involving