Like a lot of you, I got way too many political calls in the lead-up to the election. In fact, I stopped answering the phone.
As we reported yesterday, the election results this week were largely disappointing to the Catholic bishops and their Religious Right allies. Most of their top-priority candidates and referenda went down to defeat.
Americans United is happy to report that Florida’s Amendment 8, the so-called “religious freedom” amendment, was defeated handily on Election Day.
Is the Internal Revenue Service still enforcing the federal tax law ban on partisan politicking by churches and other non-profits?
IRS officials say they are.
For the past few days, my inbox has been overflowing with emails about Peoria Bishop Daniel Jenky.
Literata Hurley is now officially authorized to perform marriages in Virginia.
There are times when I think we should just round up every church-state attorney we can find, fly them down to Texas and start suing school districts until they behave.
We’ve been telling you for months about all the church-state problems that would arise if Florida’s misleading Amendment 8 passes on Nov. 6.