Eliot Spitzer

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A ‘Nobel’ way to live

“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” So mused humorist Mark Twain upon learning of his premature obituary in … Continued

Tiger Woods: Buddhism teaches about ‘cravings,’ and other press conference confessions

By Elizabeth Tenety In his long-anticipated press conference Friday, Tiger Woods mentioned his failure to live up to his Buddhist … Continued

Sanford and Edwards: Sex, lies and American unreason

There are times when the preoccupation of the media with memoirists ranging from pious self-aggrandizers to the scum of the … Continued

It’s a Southern Thing

Why do so many American politicians — from Bill Clinton to Mark Sanford — use religious language when they make … Continued

Notre Dame’s Betrayal

By Patrick J. Reillypresident, Cardinal Newman Society In recent weeks, liberal pundits have rallied to the defense of the University … Continued

Forgiving or Enabling Immoral Behavior?

I just want to smack him across the puss, as my Savannah-born mother used to say. I want to smack … Continued

My (Forthcoming) Confession

Gary Stern of the Journal Newsreported that in the wake of Pope Benedict’s visit to the United States, some seminaries … Continued

Approving Catholic Commencement Speakers

Each year, the choice of commencement speakers and honorees becomes an occasion for debate about the religious identity of many … Continued

On the Loss of Privacy

That the 2008 campaign is drawing attention to the declining fortunes of American secularism is a point I have been … Continued

Time to Renounce the Renouncing

The Question: John McCain’s spiritual guide, televangelist Rod Parsley, calls Islam a “false religion” that should be “destroyed.” Should McCain … Continued

Our Obession and Outrage

So we have now gone through another more high-profile sex scandal with its obligatory mix of power (did you know … Continued

Let’s Get Real

So we have now gone through another more high profile sex scandal with its obligatory mix of power (did you … Continued

Spitzer Scandal About Crime, Not Sex

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? The … Continued

Character and Leadership

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? Americans … Continued

Spitzer Symptomatic of Culture’s Affliction

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? While … Continued

Sex in Glass Bedrooms

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? In … Continued

Spitzer’s Woes: An Ancient Tale in a Modern World

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? Yes, … Continued

What Else Was in Spitzer’s Hotel Room

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? This … Continued

Spitzer’s Compulsive Behavior and Ours

My first observation about the Eliot Spitzer affair is that compulsive sexual activity is a human disease like compulsive gambling … Continued

Spitzer Case About Public and Private Trust

The Question: What does the Eliot Spitzer scandal say about our public and private morality? Should he have resigned? Public … Continued