Thursday, May 24, 2007

Carnival Mea Culpa

I have to beg forgiveness of some recent carnival hosts. They have mentioned posts from this blog but I have failed to acknowledge them.

On April 30, the first edition of the Carnival of Commentary featured my post on the First Amendment and political speech, reporting on a forum held at the Cato Institute last month. Since it appeared, there have been two more editions -- #2 and Numero Tres.

Market Anarchy
describes itself as "the only blog carnival for anarcho-capitalists and lovers of freedom." Its second edition, published April 29, included a mention of my piece on Pope Benedict XVI and capitalism. The next edition of this carnival is scheduled to appear May 29 at Hellbound Allee.

This week's Catholic Carnival (number 120 in the series, headlined "The Catholic Worldview) is hosted by A Catholic Mom Climbing the Pillars. It leads with my reminiscence of my First Holy Communion at St. Agnes Church some 40 years ago.

Finally, it may be worth noting that the next Carnival of Principled Government is scheduled for May 28 at Movement of Existence. This carnival features submissions "from any political view on the relevant topic of the founding principles of the United States."

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