There are two executions scheduled to take place in Arizona in the next week, and Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference aren't happy about it.The group issued a statement on the matter this morning, which you can read in its entirety below.
The estimates of the number of people who witnessed President Barack Obama's inauguration on Tuesday range from a high of 1.8 million to a low of 800,000. Arizona State University Journalism professor Stephen Doig is responsible for the lower figure. "My job as a journalist is to call them as I see ... More >>
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