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Is King’s dream still alive?

Martin Luther King Jr. seen during his “I Have a Dream” speech.AP The lead up to the 50 th anniversary … Continued

Mr. Sein goes to Washington: A call for lasting reforms in Myanmar

President Obama shakes hands with Myanmar’s President Thein Sein in the Oval Office May 20, 2013. (AP PHOTO JACQUELYN MARTIN) … Continued

Political slogans are not enough

Matthew Apgar AP Marilyn Streubel, front, worships with song during the 61st annual National Day of Prayer event held at … Continued

Romney, Obamacare and Mormonism

AP Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leaves a fundraiser that included Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., on Monday, … Continued

A Heavenly Father for this life

“The idea that the universe invites me to pursue Heavenly Father’s perfection stirs and moves me, inspires my thinking, and … Continued

Whatever happened to the religious right?

Juana Arias JUANA ARIAS Ralph Reed and Pat Robertson speak at the Washington Hilton Hotel, 9/16/94, for the Road to … Continued

The law needs to catch up with love

When I heard the words of President Obama affirming marriage for all couples, it made me proud to be an … Continued

Our Christian president and the people who cannot hear him

President Obama opened his National Prayer Breakfast remarks by saying, “I begin by giving all praise and honor to God … Continued

10 Questions Worth Asking About a Candidate’s Faith

Perhaps it is time to speak without reservation regarding the faith of the potential leader of the free world.

The Soul’s Sabbath

I haven’t had more than a month of vacation in six years. I finally took a (much needed) break from … Continued

Obama ‘grappling’ with gay marriage

By Elizabeth TenetyU.S. President Barack Obama leaves the Oval Office before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the … Continued

Henry Kissinger’s betrayal: a stark contrast with other American Jews in public life

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft There can be no question that the recently released White House recordings by the Nixon Presidential … Continued

A problem of his own making

President Obama’s 10-day Asia trip includes visits to India and Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country. The president chose not … Continued

Little that Obama can do to dissuade detractors

President Obama’s 10-day Asia trip includes visits to India and Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country. The president chose not … Continued

Bush’s memoir says he ‘returned to his faith, time and time again’ while in office

By Elizabeth Tenety George W. Bush’s account of his life in office is scheduled for release on Nov. 9, but … Continued

As the economy crumbles, Obama makes Middle East peace

By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Recently, on my radio show, Congressman Eric Cantor of Virginia, the Republican Whip, argued that President … Continued

The enemy is us

After 9/11 President Bush reminded Americans that the attack was the work of a few terrorists and not the Muslim … Continued

Fight Islamic extremism through integration

This week I got a report in my inbox about a group of young American Muslims who toured Washington D.C., … Continued

Unreason in charge in the oil spill crisis

If you doubt that the greatest, long-term danger to American democracy is the unreason that chokes our public discourse as … Continued

What Glenn Beck meant about social justice

By Stu Burguiereexecutive producer, The Glenn Beck Program> Like everyone else in America, Glenn Beck thinks “social justice” —if its … Continued