Archives for September 2015

WATCH: Carly Fiorina said she had ‘great admiration’ for Hillary Clinton

Carly Fiorina sprinted into second place in the most recent poll, following another well-regarded performance in the CNN debate last Wednesday. Now, she is coming under scrutiny for her history of comments - and issue positions - many Christian conservative voters are unlikely to support. Most recently, video has surfaced that shows Fiorina praising Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary … [Read more...]

Why This Catholic Congressman Won’t Attend the Pope’s Speech to Congress

Pope Francis will make history this week, when he becomes the first Roman Pontiff ever to address Congress. As important as the moment will be, one Catholic Congressman has said he will not attend, because of the likely subject matter. Congressman Paul Gosar, R-AZ, said that he's tired of hearing liberal policies being promoted on equal par with long-established Christian dogma, on issues like … [Read more...]

Democrats More Likely to Vote for Muslim Than Evangelical Christian

According to a Gallup poll, Democratic voters say they are more likely to vote for a Muslim candidate for president than for an evangelical Christian. Two-thirds (66 percent) of Democrats said they would vote for an evangelical Christian for president—18 points behind Republicans (84 percent). But 73 percent of Democrats said they would vote for a Muslim. Less than half—45 percent—of … [Read more...]

Jeb Bush: Barack Obama ‘is a Christian’

Not everyone will vouch for President Barack Obama's Christian faith. At times, even he seems confused. But Jeb Bush says he has no doubt about Obama's faith. "He is a Christian," Bush told a crowd of 2,000 Republicans on Mackinac Island, Michigan. The media feeding frenzy began when Donald Trump took a question from a man at a town hall event. That man prefaced his question to Trump by saying … [Read more...]

WATCH: This Candidate Says Saving Religious Freedom Is ‘the Biggest Issue for the Next President’

What is the most important issue that will face the 45th president of the United States? Politicians used to name "education" as the most important challenge facing the country, so future generations could climb higher than their parents. As the nation's well-being declined, they named "the economy" as their main concern, hoping the current generation could just keep pace. Today, the survival of … [Read more...]

Actually, Rick Santorum Was Absolutely Right About That Columbine ‘Myth’

How far has America fallen, and how quickly? Sen. Rick Santorum tried to measure our moral decline at last night's opening debate—featuring four presidential candidates—by comparing those who cheered Kim Davis' arrest with another faithful person. Just "16 years ago, this country was tremendously inspired by a young woman who faced a gunman in Columbine [High School] and was challenged about … [Read more...]

The Three Things Iowa’s Most Influential Evangelical Wants in a Candidate

Politically active Christians hold a pivotal influence over who wins the Iowa caucus, the first-in-the-nation political contest that can launch a candidate from obscurity to the White House. Evangelical leader Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of The Family Leader, exercises some sway over their activism. Vander Plaats recently told Fox News the three qualities that he most wants in a … [Read more...]

WATCH: New Campaign Ad Compares Radical Islam to … This Animal

No one has remade Ronald Reagan's Hollywood films, but Ted Cruz is paying homage to a Reagan campaign commercial in a new ad focused on the threat of radical Islam. "There is a scorpion in the desert," the announcer says, as the camera shows the creature crawling across the cracked and parched landscape. The ad goes on to personify the threat of Islamic terrorism to the sting of that deadly … [Read more...]

WATCH: Presidential Candidate Asks the Left for ‘A List of Jobs that Christians Aren’t Allowed to Have’

Bobby Jindal has had enough with the prevailing double standard that punishes Bible-believing Christians but gives Islamic fundamentalists anything they ask. The governor of Louisiana was asked about the case of Achmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim boy who was arrested when the homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a bomb. While he thought the error was regrettable, Jindal was … [Read more...]

CNN Will Let Every Candidate Debate Tonight – Except This One

There are now 16 candidates running for the Republican presidential nomination. CNN thinks you deserve the chance to hear from 15 of them. No, news execs did not kick out George Pataki, the pro-choice, pro-gay Republican dubbed by reporters as "the longest of longshots," who last ran for office in 2002. Instead, they have excluded the much more conservative Governor Jim Gilmore of … [Read more...]