The faucet continues on run on the number of advertisers who are pulling away from Rush Limbaugh's popular daily talk show. So far, 20 companies have suspended their ad buys, but others such as Brent Bozell of Media Research Center are saying liberal pundits are getting away with much more.
Ann Romney, the wife of GOP front-runner Mitt Romney, said Monday that she didn't consider herself wealthy, and as someone suffering from multiple sclerosis, she now has more compassion for others who are suffering.
Fallout from advertisers has begun to escalate over conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh's reference to a Georgetown law student as a "slut" and a "prostitute" for her stance on the contraception debate.
Ken Mehlman, who worked in the administration of President George W. Bush and later served as chairman of the Republican National Committee during Bush's second term, apologized for not standing up for gay rights during Bush's two presidential campaigns.
A Catholic political action group is targeting the 13 Democratic senators who supported the contraception mandate and is making plans to defeat those who are up for reelection in November.
A new debate is stirring on whether President Obama's formal apology to Afghan President Hamid Karzai for the burning of Qurans by U.S. troops stationed in the country was "biblically" correct, "politically" correct or neither.
The U.S. Senate rejected a GOP amendment on Thursday that would have overridden President Obama's mandate that most employers, including religious nonprofits, and all insurers provide free contraception, sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs for women. The measure failed by a 51-48 vote.
Much of the controversy surrounding gay marriage has been centered in California with several recent court rulings that will most likely determine if same-sex unions will become permanent in the Golden State. Now a new poll shows that public opinion on the issue is also increasing.
Rick Santorum is widely seen as sharing the GOP front-runner title with Mitt Romney, but has his recent series of verbal gaffs hurt his campaign?
Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. has quickly become one of the nation's foremost religious leaders, especially when it comes to standing up for traditional marriage and intact families. In light of his position opposing the passage of Maryland's law legalizing gay marriage, Jackson took time to talk with The Christian Post on a range of issues pertaining to faith, Scripture and the criticism he takes for his stances.
Franklin Graham responded on Tuesday to criticism from faith leaders in the NAACP who accused the evangelist of questioning President Obama's Christianity.
President Barack Obama may be having a tough campaign year but his popularity with a major voting bloc – women – is on the rise, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll. The reason boils down to jobs and the how the president is framing the debate on contraception and women's health issues.
A Maryland State delegate has filed a referendum petition with the state board of elections that would allow voters to decide the issue of gay marriage in November.
GOP front-runners Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are continuing to pressure President Obama on issues of religious freedom, and they apparently have the support of conservative political pundits.
GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin expressed disappointment in the Obama administration for publicly apologizing for an American military base's burning of Qurans in Afghanistan.
Karen Santorum, the wife of GOP presidential front-runner Rick Santorum, told talk show host Glenn Beck on Thursday that it is "God's will" that her husband is seeking the presidency though she was initially opposed to the idea.
Susan Molinari, a former rising star in the Republican-led House during the 1990s, has been hired to head Google's Washington operations.
A federal district court judge on Wednesday ruled that a key provision in the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional because it did not expend health benefits to a same-sex spouse. The case involved an employee of the federal court in San Francisco.
The Virginia State Senate on Tuesday gave final approval to a bill allowing private adoption agencies to consider religious and moral beliefs as a determining factor in placing children with adoptive parents. Gov. Bob McDonnell has indicated he will sign the bill when it reaches his desk.
Rick Santorum knows that jobs and the economy are foremost on the minds of voters. Yet with his political stock on the rise, his number one priority may be to not fall for a theology trap being set by his opponents.
Supporters of California's Proposition 8 that banned same-sex marriage have petitioned the full 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to review a split decision handed down by three of its judges two weeks ago. The controversial decision upheld a district court's ruling overturning the ban, potentially paving the way for same-sex marriages in the Golden State.
The involvement of the nation's wealthiest citizens in America's political landscape is nothing new. But now that super PACs are front and center in underwriting political messages in the 2012 elections, such little known names as George Soros, Sheldon Adelson, Foster Friess and Harold Simmons are becoming well known in political circles and beyond.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reportedly lent his assistance to help secure votes for Maryland's same-sex marriage bill that passed the state Assembly last Friday. The bill passed with 71 votes – the exact number needed for approval.
Rick Santorum's campaign has taken on a whole new dimension within the last two weeks. His surprise sweep of Colorado, Missouri and Minnesota has placed him front and center in a GOP primary, but he still needs to wrap up a greater percentage of women – specifically, evangelical women.
The Maryland House of Delegates passed a gay marriage bill with no votes to spare late Friday afternoon by a vote of 71-67. The measure will now go to the Senate where it is expected to pass and then be signed by the governor.