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Religious Right

Christian Right failed to sway voters on issues

Christian conservatives, for more than two decades a pivotal force in American politics, are grappling with Election Day results that repudiated their influence and suggested that the cultural tide — especially on gay issues — has shifted against them.

COMMENTARY: A new America, a madrassa education

Do we cede education to the Dominionists or do we fight to sustain and improve public education. The 2012 presidential election is crucial to stop the extremist religious movement.

RGOD2: The spiritual journey begins in exile

"We must stand with our brave brothers and sisters who face daily threats and insults and give them the tools and the safety nets to do the work that someone needs to do."

COMMENTARY: The myth of the tolerant Republican

So, you can tell me that you are tolerant, and you love me and you support me, and that you want smaller government, and you’re fiscally responsible, etc. – all I will see is that you identify yourself with a group of people who are hateful, intolerant, judgmental, racist, homophobic and xenophobic.