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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Marquette University - a novus ordo "catholic" college has just hired former Senator Russ Feingold as a visiting law professor.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2011/01/05/russ-feingold-to-become-law-prof/

Feingold is as pro-abotion and pro-contraception as one can get!

Here is a list of his votes on abortion:

http://www.ontheissues.org/social/Russell_Feingold_Abortion.htm

He also is a supporter of same-sex marriage:

 frpm wikipedia:

On April 4, 2006, Feingold told constituents at a listening session in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that he supported the legalization of same-sex marriage. Though Feingold had once voted against passage of the Defense of Marriage Act, this was the first time that he publicly announced his support for marriage rights for same-sex couples. Feingold's comments were in response to a question about whether he supported a ballot initiative that Wisconsinites voted on in November 2006 that incorporated a ban on same-sex marriage and all civil unions (same-sex or not) into the state constitution.[42] He joined then-Republican Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island and Democrats Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts, Ron Wyden of Oregon, and Mark Dayton of Minnesota as one of only five senators to publicly announce their support for same-sex marriage.


“ Gay and lesbian couples should be able to marry and have access to the same rights, privileges and benefits that straight couples currently enjoy. . . [In a later interview:] The proposed ban on civil unions and marriage is a mean-spirited attempt to divide Wisconsin and I indicated that it should be defeated[43] ”

On May 18, 2006, Feingold again made news with his stance on marriage when he walked out of a meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee shortly before a vote on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. After Feingold objected to both the amendment and decision of Chairman Arlen Specter (R-PA at the time) to move the meeting to an area of the Capitol Building not open to the public, Specter told Feingold, "I don't need to be lectured by you. You are no more a protector of the Constitution than am I. If you want to leave, good riddance." Feingold then replied, "I've enjoyed your lecture, too, Mr. Chairman. See ya." He then left the room and did not return. Later that day, the committee voted to send the amendment to the full Senate.[44]

On July 29, 2006, Feingold was the keynote speaker at the Human Rights Campaign's annual gala at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.[45]

Ask yourself if a truly Catholic university would hire such a person to teach, not to mention that he is not even Catholic, but is a Jew!

1 comment:

Sancta Cecelia said...

No more hiding behind 'a Catholic University,' they are really showing their true colors (for those who were still pretty clueless - not that most of them would really care).

Nothing new there: not sure if he is still in charge, but the head of the "Medical College of Wisconsin," formerly the TRULY Catholic Marquette Medical School, was also Jewish....