The White House’s multi-million dollar investment in the now bankrupt solar power company Solyndra landed Barack Obama on a watchdog group’s top 10 corrupt politician list.
Republican candidates vying for the White House need to switch focus from attacking Barack Obama to reconnecting with blue-collar workers and rebuilding the American dream, said former GOP candidate Mike Huckabee and political observers.
Mike Huckabee shared the message behind the film as well as his view on the Personhood Amendment and the 2012 presidential race in an interview with The Christian Post.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee praised the “The Gift of Life” film, saying the project turned out better than he expected. The film has even been credited for changing Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s abortion stance.
A New Hampshire pro-life group is suing the federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) because it believes the department funneled grant money to Planned Parenthood facilities despite state legislation defunding abortion providers in the state.
The Catholic Church has begun to formally review the Obama administration and progressive state regulatory policies to identify and combat what it considers a steady increase in government encroachment on religious freedom.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl baptized presidential candidate Newt Gingrich when he converted to Catholicism in 2009 and said critics of past sins should forgive as they too were forgiven.
An evangelical leader countered Newt Gingrich’s argument against negative super PAC ads, saying that candidates should be allowed to use attack ads, as long as the ads are factually correct.
GOP candidates offered Christmas greetings to voters as a last-ditch effort to show off their conservative values and play up their likeability.
An evangelical group is celebrating a victory for religious freedom after Capitol Police allowed ministers to read from the Bible on Thursday in front of the Capitol Christmas tree despite previous threats of arrests and fines.
Congress agreed to vote on the Senate’s payroll tax cut extension Friday after Republican leaders and GOP presidential candidates worried about negative sentiment.
If a candidate’s spouse impacts how conservative women cast their votes, one outspoken Republican woman believes former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a clear edge over his closest contender Newt Gingrich.
Google’s anti-competition practices are a cause for concern for the Senate’s Antitrust Subcommittee and the National Religious Broadcasters, which claims the search engine is violating free speech.
The Family Leader President and CEO Bob Vander Plaats gave a personal endorsement to Rick Santorum but said the Iowa conservative organization will not endorse a GOP candidate for the 2012 Republican race.
Faith leaders and lay people from numerous denominations and religions will convene next month at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s Baltimore conference to “strategize on how to bring more faith allies into the LGBT movement and how best to counter religious-based bigotry.”
Christian mobilizing group Restore America is determined to register 3 million evangelicals by November 2012 so that they can be “light and salt” at the ballot box.
As the New Year approaches, Christian leaders strategizing for a showdown over the definition of marriage in Maryland say it is essential to awake “the sleeping giant” called the church to counter gay activists and preserve religious freedom.
The State Department is negotiating with Cuban-American Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) to undo a Republican filibuster on the reappointment of El Salvador Ambassador Mari Carmen Aponte, who posted an op-ed in a foreign paper honoring LGBT Awareness Month.
During Thursday night’s debate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry likened what he predicts will be his moment to shine to that of Christian football player Tim Tebow. But unlike the Denver Bronco, Perry has shown little signs of a political resurgence.
Social conservatives are successfully influencing GOP presidential candidates despite the fact they haven’t settled on a single favorite yet, a conservative analyst asserted.
The Virginia State Board of Social Services voted against proposed regulations Wednesday that would force faith-based adoption and foster agencies to act against their religious beliefs and provide adoption services to gay and lesbian couples.
A new poll shows that Barack Obama has gained high approval ratings among Twitter’s young adult liberals but lost ground among middle-aged adults and recent graduates. Obama’s approval rating is 69 percent among Twitter users
While national polls show many Republicans are supporting presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, some evangelical voters continue to struggle with how to rectify the former speaker’s sorted marital past of three wives and two mistresses with the family values image of social conservatives.
A decision by the Obama administration to bar over-the-counter morning-after pills for minors is producing increasing outcry from liberal Democrats representing pro-choice and related women’s groups. They argue that the HHS secretary has done an about face on women’s reproductive rights in a matter of months.
Think again if you thought Christmas, and the coming of the Prince of Peace, would be reason to put partisan politics on hold in Washington. The exact opposite appears to be true.