School privatization is the new Gold Rush. There is money to be made in them there hills. And charter schools are the the Republican hammer to be used to prise it out of our hands.
Another one of the 24 percent tells the 76 percent to get out because America is THEIR country: white and Evangelical
The Religious Right says some laughable things, but there is nothing laughable about their money, power - or influence on American politics
Victor Hugo wrote Les Misérables in 1862, addressing themes of social injustice that are still embraced today in the Republican Party
The Religious Right took a black eye in 2012 but they are far from powerless and will be back to attack the Constitution in 2016
Paul Ryan says Obama's path compromises some non-existent values; the real problem is that Obama stands between Ryan and the Constitution
Mitt Romney took to CNN's opinion page to lie about his vision for America but his real vision is somewhat different
Matt Barber calls quotes anti-Constitutionalist Patrick Henry to defend the Constitution and to portray Obama as the anti-Constitutionalist
Kirk Cameron has been stoning gays and lesbians but wants to present himself as the victim because people dared criticize his hate speech
The GOP has surrendered its platform to the most extremist elements within the Religious Right and offers a candidate who has done the same
You would think that in 2012 we'd be in a position to say goodbye to patriarchy but instead it has become the focus of the Republican Party
David Niose's timely book is not another look at the Religious Right; this call to arms is written for Secular Americans about secularism
It is un-American to have as a president a man who preaches religious intolerance and who promotes the idea of state-sponsored religion
The fundamentalists got themselves covered now, so don't even try to argue: if Obama wins, it's God's will. If Romney wins, it's God's will.
The Democrats missed an opportunity to take a step forward for the Founders' vision of a secular government by putting God in their platform
Most of us like a little reality in our diet, but the Republican Convention seems to be focused more on how to mainstream the crazy
David Barton's Christian publisher may have dropped his book of lies and who better to save lies about a Founding Father than Glenn Beck?
Barton can't win an argument on merits so he attempts to delegitimize critics instead by assigning them to the category of constructed "other"
For years we've been told Obama's Christianity matters but where Romney's Mormonism comes in, will expediency win out over dogma in 2012?