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Andrew Sullivan: Politicization of Christianity fuels atheism in U.S.

Columnist and author Andrew Sullivan said Sunday that atheism was growing in the United States because more and more people saw Christianity as an organization intent on gaining political power. “I think our ability to be reasonable in politics and faithful in religion, and to keep those two things separate,…

Billy Graham’s daughter: ‘I would not vote for an atheist’

The daughter of televangelist Rev. Billy Graham says that it’s important to discriminate against candidates who are atheists because politicians “should have a fear for almighty God.” In an interview with Ann Graham Lotz on Sunday, NBC host David Gregory noted that her father had advocated using every form of…

Cardinal Dolan on secularism: Santorum had ‘good point’ about vomiting

The archbishop of New York on Sunday agreed that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum had a “good point” when he said that John F. Kennedy’s speech about the separation of church in state made him want to “throw up.” In a 1960 speech, Kennedy had assured Southern Baptist leaders that…

Rick Warren: Mormonism ‘denies’ Christian doctrine

Evangelical Saddleback Church founder Rick Warren says that Christians have a disagreement with Mormonism because it “denies” certain fundamental Christian beliefs. In an Easter Sunday interview on ABC, Jake Tapper noted that Mitt Romney, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, was almost certain to be…

DNC chair: GOP ‘callous and insensitive’ towards women

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on Sunday ripped the Republican Party for “turning back the clock for women.” During an interview on CNN, host Candy Crowley asked asked the congresswoman from Florida if it was unfair to call GOP policies a “war on women.” “The policies that…

Gingrich: GOP ‘not an Etch A Sketch party’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday continued to blast rival Mitt Romney over his campaign’s assertion that their candidate could change positions “like an Etch A Sketch” during the general election. “We’re not an Etch a Sketch party,” Gingrich told Fox News host Brit Hume. “It was an unfortunate…

F-18 fighter jet crashes into apartment complex

On Friday afternoon, a Navy fighter jet crashed into an apartment complex in Virginia Beach, Virginia during a training mission. Fortunately, there have been no reported deaths due to the crash, which damaged at least 40 apartments. Navy officials said the F-18 fighter jet experienced a “catastrophic mechanical malfunction” shortly…

Mormon students talk about suicide in ‘It Gets Better’ video

LGBT students at Brigham Young University, a school with close ties to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are speaking out in a new video about their religion, which forbids gay sex. The campus group Understanding Same-Gender Attraction (USGA) recently created the video to speak out about the…

Missouri GOP Rep: ‘I have doubts’ about Obama’s birth certificate

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo) became the latest Republican to express uncertainty over President Barack Obama’s citizenship this week at a town hall event with her constituents. A group called Show Me Progress filmed Hartzler’s response to a question about the authenticity of Obama’s birth certificate. “You know, I have a…

Protesters hit news anchor with eggs and yogurt live on air

Any television anchor would be hard pressed to find a more unfortunate experience than one endured by a Greek anchor Friday evening, as a group of protesters broke on set and fired eggs at him during a live telecast. According to GreekReporters.com, anchor Panagiotis Bourchas was pelted with eggs and…

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