religion in politics

His words show just how loaded the term still is today in politics.
Arizona state Rep. Juan Mendez says he just wants to be included.
They'll begin sessions with a "moment of silent prayer" instead.
The first openly gay congressman, Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) publicly admitted to Maher that he was an atheist earlier this
That Frank felt more comfortable going public with his sexuality in 1987 than he did with his secular beliefs at any point
Pryor, who was elected to the North Carolina board in November 2010, has resigned from his post in protest of the vote, according
Both men speak of God and the Bible and faith in many of their speeches and conversations. And both men are self-professed Christians, but for some reason many doubt the faith and commitment of President Obama while never doubting the same of President Bush. Why is that?
The avalanche of anonymous and unaccountable campaign cash that is currently marinating our nation's politics this election cycle can be likened to the tactics of "Sam Bacile."
Still, tight budget may have made it easy to put off tackling 501(c)(3) disputes. Others argued the agency may worry it could
In the United States, religion and politics have always been (fitful) bed buddies. But whether faith drives people left or right (or neither) is not obvious.
Where are the leaders of today who are willing to stand up and say: "I am a person of faith, but I will not dictate what yours should be.
Yes, many novels have religious content that dominates a book or at least adds a small thread to its tapestry. Some of these novels take a jaundiced view of religion, while others treat it more kindly.
I can enjoy a good chuckle over many such religious beliefs, as long as they don't intrude on my daily life.