March 23, 2010. That was the day that President Obama’s Affordable Care Act was signed. It was also the day that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli filed the first challenges to the law in federal court.
Shortly after that, the Catholic father of seven was labeled "Obamacare's Greatest Foe" by The New Republic,
a moniker that has stuck with him since.
Next month, Cuccinelli will deliver a talk entitled, Living Your Catholic Faith in Politics and Government
, to the students and faculty at Christendom College on April 2, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. as part of the college's Major Speakers Program, according to Christendom
Prior to serving as attorney general, he served in the Senate of Virginia from August 2002 to January 2010. In 2011, he was honored by Students for Life for his commitment to the pro-life cause.
The talk will be held in the St. Lawrence Commons and will be followed by a reception.
Christendom College's Major Speakers Program is an important aspect of the academic life at the College, offering the students and community an opportunity for cultural, intellectual, and spiritual enrichment beyond the classroom. The program offers students the opportunity to gain greater insights and depth of understanding of important issues, and to interact personally with a wide range of men and women who are shapers and critics of our society.
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