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Petraeus at the Press Club

No counterinsurgency leadership conference would be complete without the U.S. military’s chief theorist-practitioner of counterinsurgency, Army Gen. David
Jul 31, 2020

Petraeus at the Press Club

Petraeus at the Press Club

No counterinsurgency leadership conference would be complete without the U.S. military’s chief theorist-practitioner of counterinsurgency, Army Gen. David
No counterinsurgency leadership conference would be complete without the U.S. military’s chief theorist-practitioner of counterinsurgency, Army Gen. David
Jul 31, 2020

Bush Campaign Veterans Make Electoral Comeback

Bush Campaign Veterans Make Electoral Comeback

Tim Griffin, a controversial figure in the U.S attorney firing scandal, is a source of new optimism among Bush-era Republicans.
Tim Griffin, a controversial figure in the U.S attorney firing scandal, is a source of new optimism among Bush-era Republicans.
Jul 31, 2020

Penn. lawmakers trying to boost sex-abuse laws will have to outmaneuver archbishop

Penn. lawmakers trying to boost sex-abuse laws will have to outmaneuver archbishop

Pennsylvania is now a main site of action in the international chess game that pits the Catholic Church against advocates for the victims of sexual abuse. This fall, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was just breaking free from fallout of a vast abuse scandal when the high-profile abuse scandal broke at Penn State University, adding new urgency to lawmaker efforts to reform state statutes of limitations in order to give victims more time to file civil claims against abusers . Those efforts will undoubtedly garner great support among citizens but they will also surely meet savvy well-managed resistance from the Church under new Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, who orchestrated successful opposition to similar efforts in Colorado as Archbishop of Denver over the past half decade.
Pennsylvania is now a main site of action in the international chess game that pits the Catholic Church against advocates for the victims of sexual abuse. This fall, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was just breaking free from fallout of a vast abuse scandal when the high-profile abuse scandal broke at Penn State University, adding new urgency to lawmaker efforts to reform state statutes of limitations in order to give victims more time to file civil claims against abusers . Those efforts will undoubtedly garner great support among citizens but they will also surely meet savvy well-managed resistance from the Church under new Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, who orchestrated successful opposition to similar efforts in Colorado as Archbishop of Denver over the past half decade.
Jul 31, 2020
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