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No government shutdown: A biblical case for government

Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg Good government is not the enemy of the people, either in the Bible, or today in … Continued

50 years after 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, victims still hold onto stained glass hope

From left, Lisa McNair, sister of 16th Street Baptist Church bombing victim Denise McNair, and Reps. Terri A. Sewell, Spencer … Continued

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act: One baby step for humanity

Antiabortion activists march during the annual March for Life rally in Washington. The march coincides with Supreme Court’s landmark Roe … Continued

Reid attacks Romney over faith

Harry Reid, senior Democrat in Congress and the most powerful Mormon politician in the country, made the charge Tuesday that … Continued

Debt talks, the budget and the problem of ‘What would Jesus do?’

Alex Wong VIA BLOOMBERG U.S. President Barack Obama, second right, meets with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, a Republican from … Continued

NBC’s selective patriotism at the U.S. Open

Bill O’Leary WASHINGTON POST NBC omitted the words “under God” twice from its broadcast of the Pledge of Allegiance during … Continued

The Christian case for Mormon values

With former Utah governor Jon Huntsman and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney both believed to be gearing up for a … Continued

Dispatches from the Christmas front: Republicans see sacrilege in working over holidays

When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid suggested that Congress might have to return to Washington to complete its work during … Continued

Lots of preaching, little governing

I called the Tea Party “civil religion” promoting old-fashioned Nativist notions against Americans of diverse religions and races. Little in … Continued

Senator Harry Reid, “cultist?”

One of the terrible temptations that has long faced American clergy is the feeling that they must call out specific … Continued

Tea Party steeped in fringe faith

Delaware GOP Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell this weekend attended the annual conservative Values Voters summit in Washington, DC. There, she … Continued

Mormon voices in the public square and what to make of them

In all of the media analysis and dissection of the Glenn Beck rally in Washington last weekend, and in particular … Continued

American Muslims not synonymous with Al Qaeda

President Obama, after saying that building a mosque at Ground Zero fit our “commitment to religious freedom,” backtracked, saying he … Continued

How influential is the progressive left?

By Michelle Boorstein It’s been 19 months since the Democrats took the White House and the jury’s still on whether … Continued

Is God a Republican?

By Elizabeth Tenety Is God a Republican or a Democrat? It seems that God has been speaking mostly to Republicans … Continued

Harry Reid vs. Westboro Church

By David Waters Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is inviting his colleagues to join his amicus brief in the … Continued

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

This Catholic’s View By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. In his encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, Pope Benedict XVI writes that economics … Continued

Harry Reid, national scapegoat

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid is our newest national scapegoat, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Despite the bad rap it … Continued

GOP declares “Holy War” against health care reform

God as Holy Warrior is now apparently running the GOP senatorial opposition to the health care bill. The Republican response … Continued

Stupid Halloween tricks

By David Waters Notes from the National Movement to Politicize Everything: The American Life League is encouraging people who oppose … Continued