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Francis 'unblocks' Romero beatification, official says

Editorial: Vatican, LCWR approaching critical crossroads

Pope Francis 'to appoint more women to key Vatican posts'

Editorial: Pope Francis should meet with the sisters

Did Pope Francis get enough information on the LCWR mandate?

Francis: Vatican II 'a beautiful work of the Holy Spirit'

Pope Francis' election could mean it's time to return to the church

 

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PAs 7th Congressional District: Politicians choosing voters rather than vice versa.  'Gerrymander' too quaint for this. (Josh Gohike PI 012912)

Bill of Rights Institute: Lesson Plans for Teachers he pitfalls of 3rd party candidacy (WP91411)

 
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Supreme Court: Age must be weighed in interrogations. (6.16.11) 

CSM News Quiz (5.23-5.27

Could you pass a US Citizenship test?

Think you know the US?  Take the CSM Quiz  81311

NYT Editorial: Wal-Mart Wins, Workers Lose The College Board

Opinion: Madison, Founding Father of Politics. (PI100911)

How much do you know about the Constitution? (csm100411) Viewpoint: Preserve the Constitution (PI100411) Best Editorial Cartoon of 2011 (WP12.17.11) Unanimous Supreme Court: Get a Warrant before installing GPS Tracking device. (CSM012412) Affirmative Action fight goes on (USAT030712)
A case for TV in top court. (PT12.8.11)

Gingrich raises question - What is a lobbyist? (WP12.9.11)

Russian Web gets protestors out (WP12.10.11) Supreme Court to consider broadcast standards (USA010912) How is the Roberts Court unusual? (WP030612)  
White births no longer make up majority *NYT05.17.12)  Minority babies are now majority in US (WP05.17.12) Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Law (WP062812)      
     

 

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Think you know Africa?  Take CSM test. (7.7.11) Think you know the Middle East? Take CSM test(7.7.11) How much do you know about China? CSM test (7.14.11) How much do you know about Latin American geography?(csm92611) How much do you know about China?(CSM112711) The rise of an economic superpower: What does China want? (csm11611_
South Sudan Launches a New Nation (7.9.11) Russia's Medvedev eyes energy gains as he meets with North Korea's Kim Jong-Il (csm082411) Unique Gladiator ruins called a "World Sensation (PI09111) Top 5 countries who execute the most people (91911CSM) Think you know Asia? (csm112711) Hague Court Issues Warrant for Gadafi & Son (6.27.11)
Russian Web gets protestors out (WP12.10.11) Scaling Caste Walls With Capitalism Ladders in India (NYT12.22.11) Early Human Portraits Personalize our First Ancestors (AOL)      
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

 

 

 

 

   

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After NY a New Look at Defense of Marriage Act (6.27.11)

Supreme Court Takes D.C. Case debating warrantless wireless GPS Use (6.28.11)

Supreme Court Roundup 2010-2011 (6.29.11) Illinois" death row officially shut down (7.2.11) Supreme Court Ruling, rising police presence in schools spurs Miranda Questions (7.17.11) Redistricting Opinion Less Clout, not more, with redistricting (PI81711)
Paleontology points to political punctuations (7.25.11) Federal Court: If you are arrested, officials can take a DNA sample. (7.27.11) Congressional redistricting scorecard (8.4.11) Sometimes a day in Congress, takes seconds, gavel to gavel (NYT8.6.11) White House releases salaries (7.2.11 Founders, too, argued about debt (LA Times 81211)
Congress looks at ways to fix budget process (USAT100411) Obama uses executive orders to bypass Congress (USA102711) Cases lining up to ask Supreme Court to clarify 2nd amendment rights (WP81511) An issue as old as the republic (PI81611) Opinion Inquirer Editorial : Democracy that stops short (81611) Retired Justice Stevens Still issuing Opinions (WP100311)
Study shows revolving door of employment between Congress, lobbying groups (WP09`311)

At the Supreme Court: Is GPS tracking of suspects too Orwellian? (csm11911)

Corbett wants to change how Pennsylvania awards electoral votes (91611) Supreme Court to Hear Case Challenging Health Care Law (NYT111411) The Pulse: Electoral College Plan Panned (PI92411) Inquirer Editorial? War Powers need Revisiting. (82911}
Opinion Dick Polman The American Debate: Republicans are running right, maybe right off the map (82811) Bill of Rights Institute: Lesson Plans for Teachers Top 5 countries who execute the most people (91911CSM)
Oregon Governor, halts execution, while allow any while in office (USA112311)
Rousseau knew what our problem is (PI Opinion 090911) Can this government be saved? USA 92811 Verdict on Kagan's first year on the court (WP02611)
           
           
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