One of my favorite political speeches is John F.
We wrote on Tuesday about President George W. Bush's renewed attention to school vouchers.
Separation of church and state comes in for a lot of abuse these days. Religious Right leaders call it a myth and insist that government must be based on religion.
He just will not stop. Last night in his State of the Union address, President George W. Bush continued his war on church-state separation and America's public school system.
Too frequently the 2008 presidential hopefuls, regardless of their party persuasion, appear too eager to commandeer a pulpit on any given Sunday to shill for votes.
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.