The GOP wants us to believe that we must all collectively and individually do as their God wants or suffer the consequences, but how to know what God wants when the Bible was written and what we are supposed to believe decided by fallible humans?
The conservative justices want to kill the ACA. If they do, it will mark the beginning of the end for anything meaningful to emerge as long as Republicans have a majority in any branch of government.
Republican women claim to be against abortions, but statistics don't support this hypocritical stance. It's possible that conservative women have just as many abortions as liberal women.
Rick Santorum attended an event in Louisiana where renowned hate-monger Dennis Terry unleashed a vitriolic hate-fest aimed at gays, Muslims, Liberals, and Buddhists.
Republicans don’t want to take back our country; they want to take our country back, back to a time before the United States, before the Constitution to the unworkable Articles of Confederation, to pre-Constitutional religious intolerance and oppression of minorities and of women.
The grim calculus of conservatism's so-called rights of conscience is this: I don't believe so you can't... Their religious freedoms are your slave chains.
Laurens County Republicans of South Carolina are so steeped in Dominionist Tea that they boldly put their extremism in writing detailing their 28 Points of Republicanism. Even though this signed pledge has been deemed illegal that will not deter them from using this as a litmus test for potential political candidates. After all, why not? Everyone else is doing it.
The new dominionist fantasy is the threat of Islam in Michigan where 3 percent of the population will somehow turn it into Michiganistan
Mr. Rick Santorum was on ABC's This Week today during which he announced that he doesn't believe in the absolute separation of church and state.
Rick Santorum accuses Dutch doctors of euthanizing patients involuntarily. He basis information on a radical Website and distorts truth.
GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum is pulling Dominionist leaders and their mega-millionaire backers out of the brush and into the light.
Komen’s ever-changing reason for withdrawing breast exam funding informed that their real goal was helping eliminate Planned Parenthood at the behest of evangelicals.
The mainstream media's reluctance to talk about religion and politics with regard to America's problems and possible solutions is troubling
In an Aliens vs Predators type moment, Seven Mountain Dominionist Lance Wallnau wants to bring "kingdom principles" to Satan's Wall Street
Ralph Reed, who was so instrumental in the Religious Right's takeover of the GOP, now wants you to believe that the Evangelical vote is a myth
On DOMA, defunding Planned Parenthood, and personhood, Republicans made a decision to put the Bible ahead of the Constitution.
With the Iowa Caucus upon us we can see that the GOP has become trapped by its own extreme narrative, depriving any victor of national appeal
The pros and cons of abortion aside, Dobson seems to miss one of the original purposes of the Constitution, which was to protect the American people from “excesses of democracy” of local legislatures, which tended to run roughshod over the rights of the minority.
Christian and Islamic extremists drink from the same wellspring of authoritarianism - the desire to impose authority, to force submission to dogma, and to compel obedience. Choice is not an option. Submission precludes choice.
The idea of divine right died out a long time ago, when god fled the political scene, only to be resurrected in the New World and in a new century with George W. Bush's claim that God - not the American people - chose him to lead America. Then there is the Bush crusade against terrorism, and yet nobody epitomizes the spirit of the past better than former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin.