October 2009
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2009, Issue 196, p68
The article explores the authors views on various events in the U.S. as of October 2009. In an article about thefts of hay, published in the "Wall Street Journal," the author noted that the publication had to define the word hay as a particular kind of dried grass. He also talks about an email header which was automatically generated from the first line of the email message and the employee health insurance policy of Belmont Abbey College which included option for abortion, contraception, and sterilization.


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