When you walk through the doorway of the polls later this year, vote your conscience and remember the pastor who had to close his doors on the candidates ... and why.
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UPDATE (2/09): Joshua DuBois has officially been appointed to lead President Obama's Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. From the pr...
The sage Todd Gitlin urges us to voice our complaint and move on. But moving on doesn't move me. I want my transcendent moment. First, it seems, I'll have to transcend my damn self.
Maybe we are not interested in learning this stuff, or maybe TV is just the wrong medium for transmitting serious information.
Over at the Cato Institute's blog, Jim Harper argues that McCain's "I'll follow bin Laden to the Gates Of Hell" rhetoric at the Saddleback Forum gave ...
If Democrats continue to parry Republican war cries of "baby killer" or continue to couch the debate in terms of life vs. choice, they do indeed have something to worry about.
Maybe after years of watching the seemingly endless hypocrisy of those who claimed to be legislating in God's name, younger evangelicals are ready to take matters into their own hands.
Dana Bash's comparison of the Saddleback performances was all wrong. John Kerry and Al Gore did not lose because they were nuanced, or because George Bush was clear-headed.
Obama personally hammered this point in a New Mexico town hall this week -- the campaign is now circulating a 40-second clip of Obama ridiculing McCain's elitism.
If McCain was indeed in an automobile, if he was not in a "cone of silence", how will we ever know whether he cheated, perhaps with the help of staff?
U.S. racial history doesn't begin and end with Martin Luther King. The Jesus whom black slaves were taught to worship and submit to was unquestionably white, as was God the Father who begat him.
The New York Times' Kit Seelye is backing up NBC's Andrea Mitchell, who reported on Sunday the contention that John McCain may not have been in the "c...
Democratic operatives were quick to jump on the one major McCain slip up from Saturday's Saddleback forum: the off-the-cuff remark that $5 million was...
The fact still is that Senator McCain and his campaign lied to a pastor, by agreeing to rules and breaking them, and not telling him until after the fact.
Obama's performance at Saddleback can be blamed on strategic mistake his campaign made by scheduling such an important event so close to the end of his Hawaiian vacation. His mind was elsewhere.
The comedy stylings of John McCain can fall awkwardly on the ear. From rape jokes to casual ditties about bombing Iran, the Arizonan's affinity for of...
Fact is, evangelical women make up one out of every five women having abortions. And the true number is certainly higher than that because many evangelicals aren't going to claim their faith on abortion clinic forms.
Did McCain lie in a church this weekend in an attempt to kiss-up to Evangelicals who are already very concerned about his bona fides on faith and religion?
Overall, neither candidate made major mistakes, but McCain, perhaps sensing a more receptive crowd, seemed more at ease, tossing out one-liners while Obama seemed sedate at times.
LAKE FOREST, Calif. — Presidential contenders Barack Obama and John McCain differed sharply on abortion Saturday, with McCain saying a baby's hu...
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