Paul Stanley

Christian Post Reporter

Romney's Choice of Rice as VP Would Be an 'Insult,' Say Conservatives

The Internet was abuzz on Friday over the news that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is at the top of Mitt Romney's short list for vice president. While some in the GOP were elated about the news, several leading evangelicals say they are "insulted" over the idea for one main reason – Rice supports abortion rights for women and Romney has stated publicly he would appoint a pro-life running mate.

Obama Absence at NAACP Convention Raises Eyebrows

In what is expected to be one of the closest presidential elections in history, some Obama supporters are scratching their heads over why President Obama is not addressing the NAACP convention in Houston this year, instead dispatching Vice President Biden.

Eric Holder to NAACP: GOP Voter ID Laws Same as 'Poll Tax'

Speaking at the annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People convention in Houston on Tuesday, Attorney General Eric Holder took a swipe at some GOP-backed laws requiring that voters produce a valid photo ID by saying such laws are similar to poll taxes that were enacted in post-slavery America. He vowed to be "aggressive" in challenging their implementation.

Romney Sizzles in June Raising $106 Million

On Monday, the Romney campaign confirmed they exceeded their previous fundraising record by bringing in a staggering $106 million in June. The amount includes funds for his presidential campaign and also for the Romney Victory Fund, an account controlled by the Republican National Committee.

Romney Narrows VP List; Wife Says Female Name May Surface

Beth Myers may not be a household name to most Americans, but around the Romney kitchen table she is front and center. The reason: she is the person charged with finalizing the list of potential vice presidential nominees and insiders say the list is getting shorter by the day.

Black Pastors Lay Down Gauntlet to Obama Over Same-Sex Marriage

The Coalition of African American Pastors demanded on Monday that President Obama meet with the group to address his stance on same-sex marriage. So far, the White House has refused to acknowledge the group's request but leaders say they plan to "turn up the heat" by asking black Christians to sit on the sidelines for the time being.

Tea Party 'Puts Candidates on Notice' After Court Rules on Obamacare

Within minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court released its ruling upholding the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, Tea Party leaders were announcing an all-out effort to reinvigorate their troops to elect a president and Congress members who promise to repeal the controversial health care law