Bryan Fischer dishonestly says liberals hate America and Christianity because they want to replace America as it was founded
There are those who say the mood of the nation toward gays and women's rights are changing for the better, yet the far right is forging ahead to restrict their rights.
America's worst nightmare is a Romney presidency bolstered by conservative Christians in Congress and a bible-based Supreme Court.
On October 7, about a thousand preachers will violate the requirement they agreed to with the IRS by actively providing specific guidance about how to vote on issues and candidates.
Bill Clinton's delivered a dose of DNC truth serum to Romney, Ryan, and their crowd of habitual liars, religious sycophants, and gun-toting angry white people.
Voters in Missouri took a major step towards granting Christians the right to dominate public meetings, discriminate against non-Christians.
The past two years should give all Americans pause at what conservative Christians in control of the government would mean for women.
Today marks our 236 birthday, and instead of a United States of America, Republicans have created a divided populace based on the mantra either you are with us, or you are un-American.
Although this Pulpit Freedom Sunday has been going on for three years, the event has taken on new dimensions with the Republican majority in the House of Representatives embracing an extreme agenda.
When the Founding Fathers devised how America would function they knew the danger of allowing religion to govern the country, but Republicans are ignoring the Founders' warnings.
Republicans have enlisted religious fanatics to forward their dangerous agenda by instilling fear that Democrats are waging a war on religious freedom.
Monotheism is built not just on the rejection but the ejection of the constructed other. If we live in the end times they are the end times of religious liberty
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.
The USCCB is in a war with the American government to assert their authority as Onward Christian Soldiers over legally elected representatives of the people.
America's liberty is being eroded by religious and corporate fundamentalists who demand strict adherence to specific dogmata in combination with attacks on perceived threats to their dominance.
It is likely Rick Santorum truly believes he was called by god to become America's pope and not the president.
The Republicans intend to take us to a place from which there is no return. You see, their fantasy America, the mythic America that was founded as a Christian nation in their re-written text books, is about to come to fruition. They are that close.
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.