Talk of stadium shouldn’t mean legislators fumble the ball on housing
Tuve el privilegio de acompañar a los obispos de Estados Unidos y centenares de peregrinos a la isla de Cuba, para la visita del Papa Benedicto XVI. Los recuerdos de esta experiencia todavía están latentes. Visitamos Santiago y La Habana.
One widely-encountered idea today is that there is no black and white when it comes to morality, only a kind of “gray area.” This is often taken to mean that we really can’t know with certainty what is right and wrong, allowing us to “push into the gray” as we make certain moral decisions that at first glance appear to be immoral.
Como a muchas personas, me sorprendió inicialmente escuchar la noticia de que Benedicto XVI iba a viajar a México pero no visitaría la Basílica de Guadalupe en la Ciudad de México. La visita a la Basílica era cosa segura en los viajes de Juan Pablo II a México.
It can seem to most parents that the first complete sentence their little darling says is “That’s not fair!”
It’s a cry moms and dads hear early and often and, despite knowing that life is not fair, they may attempt to make their children’s lives equal.
But they can’t.
In the words of another commentator, “As is more and more obvious, ObamaCare has nothing to do with controlling healthcare costs. It has everything to do with government control. It’s time to admit a mistake, repeal the law, and look at market-based ways to control health care costs.”