Yet more ridiculous political commentary arising out of the tragic shootings in Arizona.
Andrew Sullivan makes a rather bizarre charge offhandedly: “Who among the neocons would have thought that one of George W. Bush’s final legacies would be bringing pogroms, bombings and genocide to Christians in his new zone of freedom?”
208 years ago today, Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to The Danbury Baptist Association that has resonated through the years.
A new Gallup poll reflects the declining role of religion in American public, and private, life.
Fed examiners made a bank take down a “Merry Christmas, God With Us” sign. Then the “system” kicked in.
Joe Ratzinger, the future pope, lobbied hard against Turkey’s membership in the EU.
In her new book, Sarah Palin puts forward a view of the role of religion in politics that is in direct contrast with America’s own traditions.
“Ugly Betty” actor Michael Brea killed his mother with a samurai sword while screaming Bible passages.
An incident at a school in England provides us with an object lesson in why the often derided concept of separation of church and state is an important part of protecting individual liberty.
A new Oklahoma law that bans Sharia law from being enforced in state courts may have some very unintended consequences.
If you believe that the United States is built on Judeo-Christian principles, why would you oppose the redistribution of wealth?
Tumblr called “Pictures of Muslims Wearing Things” shows that there’s no such thing as “Muslim garb.”
President Obama is reportedly avoiding a visit to India’s Harmandir Sahib, or Golden Temple, for fear that he’ll be accused of being a Muslim.
Who’s to blame for the rise in anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States, President Obama or those who have actually been encouraging bias against Muslims?
If everything you know about Islam comes from Pam Geller and Christianity from Christopher Hitchens, you’re doing yourself a grave disservice.
A history book used in Texas until 2003 mentions Islam more than Christianity. Much outrage ensues.
In comments this morning, Justice Stephen Breyer seemed to suggest that Koran burning might not necessarily be Constitutionally protected.
The media is now starting to look at it’s own role in the whole Koran burning story, but the truth is that there really wasn’t any way they could’ve ignored the story.
Over the course of a little more than two hours, the “Burn A Koran Day” story merged with the “Ground Zero Mosque” story in a bizarre media circus that seems to have accomplished little other than give press attention to a bigoted Pastor in Florida.
A new poll indicates that there are some disturbing motivations that seem to be associated with opposition to the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque.”