Jonathan Cohn on Obama's mandate, Jonathan Haidt, on common fear, Dana Milbank on Romney HQ, Linda Woodhead on extreme religious freedom, John Tamny on Romney's economic advisors.
Let's say you're a state and you want, for some reason, to declare an official government religion. Simple: Decide that your state gets to interpret the Constitution however it sees fit.
When it comes to matters of birth control, it often seems like we're living in another time.
Just a few days before a high profile visit from Vice President Xi Jinping, China's government refused to allow the U.S. State Department's ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom into the country, reports The Washington Post.
"My first thought was, 'Wow, nine billboards! That's quite an investment,' " says a reverend in the rivalry
The most powerful predictor of mistrusting Muslims: trusting Fox News
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