The health law is cover for the real enemy that Republicans will go to any lengths to defeat; President Barack Obama.
The Pope warned that "when a Christian becomes a disciple of the ideology, he has lost the faith: he is no longer a disciple of Jesus."
Most people have heard the adage that a picture is worth a thousand words, but it is seldom the case that one picture sums up a movement's agenda on a specific issue.
At issue is whether a secular corporation with no business relationship or involvement in a religion can be considered religious and force its employees to follow the corporation's religious beliefs.
The right wing media has gotten so desperate to feed their Obama hate machine that they have labeled a pastor who George W. Bush considers a personal friend to be Obama's latest 'pastor problem.'
Bryan Fischer appeared on CNN this week to share his hateful and dishonest spew but ran into a host who was having none of it
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's probably needed but Obama is not going to do it, and why are we even talking about something like blasphemy? It's so sixteenth century
The past two years should give all Americans pause at what conservative Christians in control of the government would mean for women.
With the blessing of the Supreme Court, fundamentalist, right wing evangelists are taking religious indoctrination into the public schools.
The Republican war on women has awoken a sleeping giant and she is furious, driven, educated, and will remove these male supremacists from power.
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.
Newt Gingrich knows there is an abundance of mean-spirited, racist, religious right voters searching for a mean candidate to call their own.
Before the 2006 midterms, the Religious Right controlled Congress, the White House and four out of nine seats on the U.S. Supreme Court
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