What Tea Party Republican Fundagelicals Really Want

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Tom Hall: The Tea Party Republican Fundagelical program wants to return America to pre-Gutenburg days – when few, even among the nobility could read, or had anything to read. To a time when people were told, by their religious leaders, what the “truth” was, and how to behave.

Apocalypse September!

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Walter Brasch: It’s probably just a coincidence, but 1988 was also the same year that George Bush, whom Sadaam Hussein called The Great Satan, was elected president.

The Separation of Church and State Is Rooted in American Christianity

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Johann Neem: Some Americans today believe that the separation of church and state is a threat to Christianity. But historian Johann Neem argues that Americans in the era of the Revolution promoted the idea of separation of church and state as a way to protect Christianity. They supported separation precisely because they were Christians.

LA Progressive Articles — 11 July to 17 July, 2010

Articles by Sylvia Moore, Sikivu Hutchinson, Sherwood Ross, Tom Degan, Sharon Kyle, Ivan Eland, David Swanson, David Love, Seth Hoy, Rev. Irene Monroe, Robert Reich, Michelle Waslin, Tina Dupuy, Tracy Emblem, Anthony Samad, Randy Shaw, Michael Sigman, Joseph Palermo, Andrea Nill, Tom Jacobs, Paul Hogarth, Georgianne Nienaber, Mario Solis-Marich, Michaelangelo Price, Ruth Rosen, Linda Milazzo, Berry Craig, and Robert Illes,

Nativist Leader Cites Shoddy Polling Data To Claim There Is A Rift Between The Pew And The Pulpit

Religion and Immigration

Andrea Christina Nill: The anti-immigrant group, NumbersUSA, posted a video Tuesdayb of its director, Roy Beck, on Fox & Friends touting recent polling by its unofficial sister group, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), which claims to show that religious leaders lobbying for comprehensive immigration reform are out of tune with the people of faith they represent.

How Did the Pilgrims Get It So Wrong?

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emember your history class? In 1620, The Pilgrims left England and set up a colony in Plymouth, Massachusetts, which was supposed to be more Biblically rigorous than the licentious English society they left behind. Their colony was to be governed by Biblical principles. In 1630, the Puritans arrived a little north of Plymouth and founded […]

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