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A 'Bizarre and Peculiar' Ruling
The Supreme Court's decision in the Citizens United case didn't actually make corporations into people, but it did undercut the role of actual, live human beings in elections.
46 Million Reasons for Health-Care Reform
The moral imperatives for change.
Is It Still a Wonderful Life?
Building a new politics on the old values of generosity, compassion, and community.
The Overlooked Schism
America's religious communities and the battle over government.
A Thorn In Both Their Sides
If the church causes discomfort only to one political party when both are in need of repentance, it is not being the church.
Can't Buy Me Love
Why the language of the marketplace shouldn't rule our moral and political thinking.
Compassion is good, but justice is better
Charitable choice has to be seen as part of a broader effort to strengthen civil society as a whole.