Ayn Rand or Jesus Christ? Conservatives Can’t Have It Both Ways
Ayn Rand or Jesus Christ? Conservatives Can't Have It Both Ways

'This is the ultimate irony in American political life right now, the conservatives who swear on a stack of Bibles that they worship Jesus Christ when they really bow down to the philosophy of Ayn Rand and the golden idol of the free market to be placed at the center of all other things'

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Ayn Rand or Jesus Christ? Conservatives Can’t Have It Both Ways
Ayn Rand or Jesus Christ? Conservatives Can't Have It Both Ways

'This is the ultimate irony in American political life right now, the conservatives who swear on a stack of Bibles that they worship Jesus Christ when they really bow down to the philosophy of Ayn Rand and the golden idol of the free market to be placed at the center of all other things'

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Sex and the Vatican City- The War on Women: Sex-Trafficking Edition
Sex and the Vatican City- The War on Women: Sex-Trafficking Edition

'How far are the Catholic bishops willing to go with their crackdown on reproductive health? Just ask a teenage girl forced into prostitution.'

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Christian Supremacists: When Religion Dominates Politics
Christian Supremacists: When Religion Dominates Politics

'Religion in politics is a touchy topic in the United States, but Americans have a legitimate right to know how a candidate’s religious views may affect public policy – on issues like population growth, anti-gay discrimination and Christian supremacy'

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Theocratic Conspiracy? Religion and Faith-Full Politics
Theocratic Conspiracy? Religion and Faith-Full Politics

'With each passing day, religious topics are becoming increasingly significant in the presidential campaign discourse. The GOP presidential candidates are all too happy to discuss their faith, extolling their open and proud devotion to versions of Christianity. Such devotion, they suggest, makes them particularly qualified to become president. By the same token, this narrative suggests indirectly that President Obama has a different more “exotic” faith, which leads millions of people to believe — quite erroneously — that he is foreign or even a Muslim who is a pawn of a theocratic Islamic conspiracy.'

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White America: Religion plays starring role in GOP race

'Indeed, as American society becomes less religious, it seems religion is playing a bigger and bigger role in Republican politics.'

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In GOP race, voters divided over religion’s place in politics

'More than half of Santorum’s backers say political leaders should rely on their religious beliefs while making policy decisions, but two out of three Romney supporters feel the opposite — that leaders should steer clear of their faith as they set policies for the country.'

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Church vs State: Mixing Religion and Politics

'It seems a bit odd that a Mormon and two Catholics are the leading presidential candidates in a Republican party dominated by Protestant evangelicals. Unfortunately, this is not a sign of the religious diversity espoused by presidential candidate John F. Kennedy in 1960, when he assured Protestant ministers in Houston that he believed in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute.'

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Catholic Politics: Dredging up an ugly religious division

'Billions of people are defined by their religion across the globe. In many nations, dominant religions still determine how people can work, speak or act. The United States has always been different – a nation that tolerates many faiths and keeps our diversity from dividing our people.'

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U.S. adds the Vatican to its money-laundering ‘concern’ list

'The Vatican has for the first time appeared on the U.S. State Department’s list of money-laundering centres but the tiny city-state is not rated as a high-risk country.'

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