Some Evangelicals are wiling to accommodate Trump, but Gallup shows religious people like Ted Cruz, and especially Ben Carson, even more
You have to wonder what bizarre alchemy is taking place when Trump is praised by Evangelicals. It turns out the explanation is not pretty
The GOP is opposed to providing for the general welfare of anyone but corporations, the filthy rich, and especially the extremely religious
Evangelical Republicans hate America with religious passion because the Founding Fathers did not create a Christian theocracy
Conservative opponents of the Constitution see no contradiction in attacking the Marriage Equality ruling as a violation of the Constitution
There is no other reason for Republicans to try defunding Title X than denying family planning services and contraception from women.
Today, more so than at any time in the nation's history, evangelical Republicans are on a crusade to base the nation's laws on the Christian religion to discriminate against Americans who do not fall into the mold of a religious Republican.
Recently, although Republicans love the Vatican's support for opposition to equal rights for women and the LGBT community, there has been growing enmity over the Pope's opposition to income inequality and anthropogenic climate change. The Pope finally went too far this past week when he failed to comply with Israel's agenda that Palestine will never be a sovereign state.
The health law is cover for the real enemy that Republicans will go to any lengths to defeat; President Barack Obama.
There are myriad reasons why Romney is unqualified to serve as president, but chief among them is his willingness to pit American against American on the basis of race and socioeconomic status.
Some of Ron Paul's otherwise socially liberal followers are an example of men who have turned their backs on reproductive rights.
The bible is rife with death and destruction for the non-believer and that is the impetus for the religious right’s assault on women, gays, Democrats, Liberals, and peace-loving Americans.
Glenn Beck is a Mormon in evangelical clothing who has co-opted the Christian narrative for his own purposes. He is preaching what he obviously does not, and cannot believe given his Mormonism. Are mainstream Christians aware of this disconnect between Beck and his message? This has been noticed by some on the Religious Right. Some, but not enough.