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    This week, Eric, Dan, and Emily discuss the recent decision in the 303 Creative from the Supreme Court. Is bad journalism the major culprit in people misunderstanding both the holding in the case, as well as the very facts of it? How much does it matter that it’s a First Amendment speech case and not a First Amendment religious case? Next, they tackle the newly announced plan from the Biden administration to cancel a load of student loan debt and ask the question, this again? Then, they examine the story of Hunter Biden’s daughter who has not been accepted or acknowledge by President Biden. Is it fair to hold this against him when making a political analysis of his fitness for the office? And finally, they look at two stories – the elevation of Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández, who authored a book 30 years ago titled “Heal Me with Your Mouth. The Art of Kissing,” to the Vatican’s Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, and the statements by Bishop Américo Aguiar about not seeking to convert people at World Youth Day – and ask the question: what’s up with the Catholic Church?

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    303 Creative LLC v. Elenis | SCOTUS Blog

    Biden Thumps Nose At Supreme Court, Still Plans to Forgive Student Debt— In a Big Way | The Root

    Hunter Biden’s Daughter and a Tale of Two Families | New York Times

    ‘Heal Me with Your Mouth. The Art of Kissing.’ An old book sparks a new controversy in the Vatican | Associated Press

    World Youth Day and Converting Everyone to Christ | Bishop Robert Barron, Word on Fire

    Bishop Robert Barron: The Philosophical Roots of Wokeism | Acton Line

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