In the final days of his administration, former President George W. Bush issued a report on why our country needs more charter schools.
Today, Scripps Howard columnist Bonnie Erbe reminded us again of why church-state separation must be respected in our public schools.
Last week I wrote about the experiences my daughter and I had while attending the inauguration of President Barack Obama on the National Mall.
Is the state of Utah a theocracy?
You certainly might think so after reading an article in today's Salt Lake Tribune.
Prayer at governmental meetings is a never-ending source of controversy. Latest case in point: an ire-inducing invocation at the Kansas House of Representatives last week.
Today seems to be a pretty good end to a very historical week -- at least on the church-state separation front.
Could it be true – a new generation of conservative Christian leaders may actually be opposed to politics from the pulpit?
At least one Florida church leader seems to be.
I hadn't planned to attend the Inauguration of Barack Obama on the National Mall, since I'm not a huge fan of big crowds and cold weather. But yesterday morning at 9 I found myself on the Mall, surrounded by 1.5 million others, staring at a jumbo screen.