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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Timothy P. Broglio
President Obama appears to be no fan of the Constitution. As a law lecturer at the University of Chicago, he showed his skepticism of the document drawn up by the Framers, saying it reflected "an enormous blind spot in the culture that carries on to this day." Mr. Obama pledged to correct that "enormous blind spot," and now he's exploiting the government shutdown to continue chipping away at the guarantee of the nation's freedoms.
The Catholic Church has joined Southern Baptists in directing its military chaplains not to witness or bless same-sex marriages nor offer marriage counseling to gay couples.
During Thursday's national prayer breakfast, President Obama said, "I am my brother's keeper, and I am my sister's keeper." The problem is that he actually believes it.
Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio said the new federal policy on gay marriage and gay rights for military personnel “makes it necessary to reiterate with clarity the teaching of the Catholic Church regarding homosexuality,” Religion News Service reported.