To employ a turn-of-phrase we use in the South, Jonathan Falwell "sure takes after his daddy, doesn't he?" Jonathan may not look much like Jerry, but he sure acts like him.
When most Americans think about religious freedom, the First Amendment springs to mind – and rightly so.
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday closed the courthouse doors to certain cases brought by federal prisoners. In a case involving a Muslim inmate, a narrow majority of the justices said prisoners cannot sue prison officials when their personal affects are handled negligently.
Moore Baloney: Alabama 'Commandments' Judge Gives Two Thumbs Up To Evangelistic Film At Public School
Roy Moore, Alabama's infamous "Ten Commandments judge," has a penchant for misconstruing church-state law, and now he's giving bad advice to school officials in Tuscaloosa.
Today is the federal observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. As such, it's a good time to respond to offensive Religious Right's efforts to draft King as an ally in their crusade to promote pulpit-based partisan politicking on behalf of candidates seeking public office.
A shadowy collection of Religious Right fat cats appears to be working behind the scenes to encourage churches to promote the presidential candidacy of Mike Huckabee.
We know the Religious Right movement is far from politically dead. On the contrary, plenty of proof exists that it continues to thrive in numerous spots across the country.
Yesterday, at a campaign stop in Michigan, Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee expressed his desire that the U.S. Constitution reflect "God's standards"