Happy Father's Day! I will celebrate today by joining my lead Sunday columnist, Christine Flowers, on the radio to talk about, in a way, the "sins of the father." House Bill 1947 - the measure that would extend the window for victims of child sexual abuse to file civil actions against their abusers - continues to make news. It continues to be opposed by the Catholic church, among others, while shining a spotlight on many local state representatives who are supporting it. This week Bruce Castor, the new solicitor general in Kathleen Kane's attorney general office, testified before the state Senate Judiciary Committee that he believed the "retroactivity" language in the bill, going back and making people liable now for something they were not liable for at the time, is clearly unconstitutional.