Read an April 16, 2013, article from NBC News about how the Tea Party is faring four years after its founding.
Read a Dec. 18, 2012, article from CNN about how, over time, the tea party lost its appeal and ultimately became a detriment to the Republican Party.
As Aseem Shukla, a doctor who is also on the board of the Hindu American Foundation, wrote at the On Faith blog for The Washington Post, that the Indian-American candidates for public office do not always embrace their Indian religious traditions.
There are currently at least eight Indian-Americans running for Congress or statewide office, which may be a record, according to this Associated Press report in June 2010.
Read a July 22, 2010, Religion New Service story posted on the Washington Post site discussing whether or not the Tea Party is compatible with Christianity.
“Voter’s Guide for Serious Catholics,” prepared by Catholic Answers Action.
“Voting With a Clear Conscience” by the Rev. Frank Pavone, head of Priests for Life, a vocal group in the Catholic campaign to end legal abortion.
Red Letter Christians is an organization of self-described “progressive Christian leaders” that takes its name from the ink color used in some bibles to set off the words of Jesus. The organization is the brainchild of Jim Wallis, a leading liberal evangelical voice and founder of Call to Renewal and Sojourners magazine, and Tony Campolo. Red Letter Christians aims […]
Truth in Action Ministries is the Florida-based church and Christian media network founded by D. James Kennedy, a prominent conservative Christian activist. Truth in Action has a number of programs aimed at registering Christian voters and encouraging them to vote for candidates who share their values.