Tomorrow, the 2008 election will be over, and the staff at Americans United can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
It's Halloween, so I'm going to scare the bejeezus out of you.
Look out, California, the Religious Right is bringing out the big guns!
Americans United has always taken heat from the Religious Right for allegedly turning in only "conservative" churches to the Internal Revenue Service for candidate endorsements from the pulpit.
I just got back from Berlin, where I took part in a conference contrasting the American and German models for dealing with religion in public schools.
In all the emotional public debate over same-sex marriage, the overarching issue of church-state separation often gets lost. I'm glad to see that situation beginning to change.
Did Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli intend to instruct Catholic congregants on how to vote in his recent essay "A Politician's Promise: No Right to Life! No Freedom!"?
Heavens no! Where on earth did anyone get that idea?
The Christian Coalition has unveiled its "nonpartisan" voter guide for distribution at churches and other locations before the November election.