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Oct 04 2012
Family and Religion Policy in the 2012 ElectionThe Heritage Foundation
Feb 10 2021
Can Religion, Neuroscience, and Good Deeds Heal America?
Political polarization is a massive and complicated issue, one which can be explained, and combatted, through a number of different approaches. The One America Movement utilizes a unique approach to addressing polarization in the United States. It draws from psychology and social science, recruiting local religious leaders and grassroots organizers. It trains religious leaders and helpsMax Karlin
Feb 28 2023
This Political Outsider Could Change The Republican Party’s Future For Good
Last week, a first generation American, a graduate of Harvard and Yale who built his fortune as a biotech entrepreneur, stepped forward and announced that he is running for the Republican nomination for president.
Vivek Ramaswamy is already familiar to many on the political right for taking on many of the ideas of the left. He was an early and sturdy opponent of the Environmental,The Daily Caller
Mar 02 2023
What is the Role of Christianity in American Politics Today?
This piece was originally published on Divided We Fall, which AllSides rates as mixed. It was written by By Melissa Deckman, CEO of Public Religion Research Institute, and Timothy Head, Executive Director of Faith & Freedom CoalitionWhat Is the Future of Christianity in American Politics?
By Melissa Deckman – CEO, Public Religion ResearchDivided We Fall (author)
Nov 06 2015
Erick Erickson - The Media's Ignorance of American Religion
I seemingly must rewrite this every election season. As Ben Carson rises and the media is confronted by some mysterious something called a Seventh Day Adventist, it is time again to explain American Protestantism to the press.Townhall
Apr 01 2015
Arkansas OKs Indiana-Style Religion Bill
Arkansas’s own Religious Freedom Restoration Act is headed to the governor’s desk after the state house passed it Tuesday afternoon. Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he would sign it despite opponents—including Arkansas-based megastore Wal-Mart—who say it’s anti-gay. “Every day, in our stores, we see firsthand the benefits diversity and inclusion have on our associates, customers, andDaily Beast
Mar 31 2015
OPINION: In Indiana, Using Religion as a Cover for Bigotry
Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, who last week signed a religious-freedom law driven by bigotry against gays and lesbians, has been complaining that the law’s opponents — which include top business leaders and civil-rights groups — are spreading “misinformation.”New York Times (News)
Dec 02 2013
Obamacare attacks religion, but hurts women: Column
The Supreme Court yesterday agreed to hear two important cases about whether women and men who own businesses are protected by civil rights laws against religious discrimination. The Obama Administration says it can ignore religious freedom laws when regulating businesses and their owners because it believes earning money is inconsistent with exercising religion.
Reacting to the newsUSA TODAY
Apr 22 2013
Bomb Suspects' Home Split Over Religion
A WSJ examination of the family of the Boston bombing suspects shows the family slipping into turmoil over the past five years. The upheaval was driven at least in part by a growing interest in religion by both Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his mother.Wall Street Journal (News)
Oct 04 2021
Abortion, religion, gun rights on agenda as Supreme Court starts new term
The Supreme Court begins a new nine-month term on Monday, with major cases on abortion, religion and gun rights on the docket.
Driving the news: It will be the first in-person session with most of the justices since the pandemic forced proceedings to be held virtually last year. Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who on Thursday tested positive for COVID-19 but has no symptoms, will participateAxios