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Thursday, 31 May 2012
 by Quin Hillyer

I write this on Memorial Day (although you'll be reading it later this week), with the movie "The Longest Day" (about the D-Day invasion) playing on a cable station - and my mind goes back to my very first job out of college, working as a Reagan political appointee doing public affairs work at the Veterans Administration headquarters two blocks from the White House. Just six months there confirmed my deep distaste for the ways of bureaucracy, but it also made me appreciate even more the great work and sacrifices of our veterans, living and dead.     

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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
 by Quin Hillyer

It is now clear that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), in its implementation of ObamaCare, is waging the most direct legal warfare against faith-related organizations in the history of the United States. When 43 separate Catholic-related organizations filed lawsuits Monday against HHS (and other parts of the administration) in 12 different federal jurisdictions, they merely ratified the existing knowledge that the HHS mandate for coverage of sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs is a threat to the very existence of religious freedom in America.

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Thursday, 17 May 2012

by Quin Hillyer

Back in the late 1970s a comedian stage-named Raymond J. Johnson, Jr., somehow became famous for a routine in which he would say "You can call me Ray, or you can call me J., or you can call me Ray J., or you can call me Ray J. Junior -
 but you doesn't hasta call me Johnson!" For some reason, everybody thought it was hilarious. Well, on a far more serious note, a large majority of Americans is echoing Ray J. Junior on the subject of homosexual relationships: You can call it sin, or you can call it a lifestyle choice, or you can call it a natural inclination, or you can even (according to 24 percent of Americans) call it a "civil union" - but you doesn't hasta call it "marriage."

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Wednesday, 02 May 2012
by Quin Hillyer
Last weekend in Houston, 320 citizen-leaders gathered to advance the cause of protecting the integrity of American elections. I have written about the “True the Vote”summit in another forum, but the subject is important enough to merit further elaboration.

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