Tim Goeglein, President Bush’s liason to religious groups, just got caught stealing another writer’s words without attribution.
Archive for February, 2008
John Hagee of San Antonio had given $2,300 to the Huckabee campaign. And in December, he turned over his pulpit to the Arkansas preacher-turned-politician.
But yesterday, Hagee endorsed John McCain for president. McCain was on hand to accept the endorsement. Hagee had given $1,000 to McCain’s campaign in the spring of 2007…
A Politics of Conscience
Written by Senator Barack Obama
June 23, 2007
It’s great to be here. I’ve been speaking to a lot of churches recently, so it’s nice to be speaking to one that’s so familiar. I understand you switched venues at considerable expense and inconvenience because of unfair labor practices at the place you were going to be having this synod. Clearly, the past 50 years have not weakened your resolve as faithful witnesses of the gospel. And I’m glad to see that.
Jack Kelly of RealClearPolitics.Com made reference to “Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin” in his column today. It’s a Biblical allusion that will leave some people scratching their heads. It’s a reference to the first time somebody saw “the handwriting on the wall.”
Larry Norman, 60, had a top 15 hit on the Billboard Pop charts before becoming a Christian recording artist.
His songs included “I Wish We’d All Been Ready.”
Hudsonville, Michigan, which bills itself as “Michigan’s salad bowl” is under fire because its “Mission Statement” mentions God. The town (population 7,160) is located near Grand Rapids.
New study suggests Protestants will soon be a minority in the U.S.
To see the demographic make-up of your state, click here.
Interfaith Alliance Criticizes Clinton Campaign for Circulation of Obama Photograph in Somali Dress
By the Interfaith Alliance
Washington, DC – Rev. Dr. C. Welton Gaddy, President of The Interfaith Alliance released the following statement in response to reports that Senator Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign circulated a photograph of Senator Barack Obama in traditional Somali dress:
UPDATE: After declining, initially, to say whether or not they were spreading the photo, Clinton campaign officials have now issued a qualified denial… They can’t issue a blanket denial, they say, because there are 700 people working for the campaign.
The diocese budget anticipated total income of $1,265,532.76 for 2007. Instead, total income totalled $1,114,580.53. The difference — $150,952.23.
Today’s caucuses in Vegas were a disaster. So were the Reno caucuses — but only for Clinton supporters.
Texas Clinton (Thursday evening): Barack Obama’s campaign has been “very positive and extremely civil.”
Shortly before the Hillary-Barack debate in Austin, Bill Clinton and Mike Huckabee bumped into each other at a San Antonio landmark. No, not the Alamo.