On Friday and Saturday, I endured my first "Values Voter Summit," an annual conference where right-wing fundamentalists get to be their poisonous, partisan and propaganda-propagating selves.
For the past few days, both presidential candidates have been up in arms about a "lipstick on the pig" comment made by Barack Obama.
I'm shocked, shocked, to find that partisan political activity is going on in the Falwell religious empire.
A teacher has the right to hang up a seven-foot-wide "patriotic" banner that reads "All Men are Created Equal, They are Endowed by Their Creator" in his public school classroom, according to a California federal
I've been looking over the speakers' list for the Family Research Council's "Values Voter Summit" that takes place this weekend.
If I were a lawyer working for the Alliance Defense Fund, saying my week was off to a bad start would be the biggest understatement of my career.
A Columbus, Ohio, minister has come up with a great idea to counter Religious Right propaganda about churches and partisan politics.
Yesterday I received a call from an Associated Press reporter in Anchorage who wanted to talk about Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's use of religious rhetoric.