Caught In The Web: Partisan Pulpit Politicking Surfaces Online For The World -- And The IRS -- To See
At the end of this week, the Republican National Convention will come to a close and move the 2008 election season into its final months.
The announcement by Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin that her 17-year-old daughter, Bristol, is pregnant has drawn an interesting response from the Religious Right: It's no big deal.
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) have launched a new campaign called the 40/40 Prayer Vigil for Spiritual Revival and National Renewal. On the surface, it sounds pretty harmless: register people to vote, pray and work to get people to the polls.
Denver's Roman Catholic Archbishop Charles J. Chaput says he is "tired of people telling religious folks to be quiet in the public square because of constitutional questions of separation of church and state."
He's baaaaack! Like Freddy Krueger in the "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies, you just can't get rid of Randall Terry.
The Democratic National Convention kicked off yesterday, and I couldn't help but notice the opening invocation.
Last week, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal opened the door for state agencies and state contractors to engage in "faith-based" discrimination in hiring.
More and more Americans are expressing discomfort with the idea of mixing religion and politics.