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Litigation, Depositions and Other Purging

You Mean the Dept. of Justice Has to Act Justly??

5-21-2016 · The courts are slapping Obama’s US Attorneys with reprimands and sanctions, from all parts of the country. On Thursday, federal Judge Andrew Hanen in Brownsville, Texas filed an extraordinary order in the immigration case (Texas…


ECUSA Loses in Quincy—Again

5-17-2016 · Two of the four pending court cases involving realigning dioceses had further developments this week. In Illinois, the Episcopal Church’s protracted efforts to punish the Anglican Diocese of Quincy by freezing its bank accounts and…


What’s Wrong with the Law, and in Particular with Harvard Law School

5-10-2016 · This is one of the more remarkable, blatant and contemptuous liberal screeds ever to appear on the Internet. I graduated almost fifty years ago from the school where…


A Well-Aimed Blast at the Communion-Wreckers

4-18-2016 · Finally: someone with the ability—and credibility—to pinpoint what is wrong with the progressive elitists in ECUSA and other branches of the Anglican Communion speaks out, and speaks forcefully. I cannot do justice to the whole…


The Case of the Felonious Priest

4-1-2016 · [With apologies—and thanks—to my old professor, Lon Fuller, the author of the infinitely more artful and compelling “The Case of the Speluncean Explorers.”] In the Supreme…


+Bruno’s Conflict of Interest Is Now Public

3-2-2016 · Under California law, a religious body or organization may create a unique form of corporation, called a corporation sole, whose principal purpose is to allow the parent organization (which may or may not itself be…


Iron Sharpens Iron interview on Anglicanism past, present and future

1-18-2016 · On Monday 18 January I had the great joy of spending 2 hours on the radio with Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron, a reformed podcast. We spoke about all things Anglican and…


Primates Meeting - Little Progress and a Very Little Procession

1-11-2016 · So Primates 2016 has begun and there is little to report. Actually there are some little things to report - let me explain. Monday was the first day and the only real agenda…


Why Does Inclusion Always Lead to Exclusion? [UPDATED]

12-13-2015 · In a development that few Episcopalians of four or five years ago could have imagined, the Episcopal bishops of the most powerful and financially secure dioceses have begun to turn on their own once-strong, but…


Blatant Bias on Display in ECUSA’s South Carolina Case

9-24-2015 · Before the oral arguments yesterday in The Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina v. Episcopal Church in the Supreme Court of South Carolina, your Curmudgeon had heard mention of the…


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