Seperation of Church & State

Norman Lear On Religion in Politics

Television producer and founder of People For the American Way Norman Lear talks about about religion in politics and the paramount importance of the First Amendment in American Democracy.

Save The World, Savor Life

Now don’t get us wrong. We have a modicum of respect for Albert Brewer, especially since that dirty, racist 1970 George Wallace campaign against his run for governor was recently named Number One on the Most Negative Campaigns of All Time. But Mr. Brewer’s recent decision to recruit and hire Andrew Westmoreland away from Ouachita…

Swearing on the Bible to Uphold the Constitution, Not Vica Versa

Here’s one of the best political quips heard yet in the ongoing fight over the separation of church and state. In a recent debate over a proposed Constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage before the Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, Sen. Nancy Jacobs, a Republican who represents Harford and Cecil counties, engaged in an impassioned…

God Rises Again on Alabama Political Agenda

God is back at the top of the Alabama Legislature’s agenda for the upcoming 2006 session, according to the Associated Press. Faith may move to the forefront during the 2006 session of the Alabama Legislature. Not only will each day’s legislative session open with a word of prayer, lawmakers will return to Montgomery armed with…

Good News And Bad

Good news out of North Carolina this morning as the preacher quit who ousted congregants because they would not march in lockstep with President Bush. The bad news is, thanks to one of them judges the GOP likes so much who only interpret the law and don’t make law, it looks like Vice President Dick…

Democrats Booted From North Carolina Church

A pastor of a small Baptist church in North Carolina led an effort to kick out church members because they didn’t support President Bush, members tell the Associated Press. The nine members were voted out at a Monday meeting of the East Waynesville Baptist Church in this mountain town about 120 miles west of Charlotte.…