Trump supporter Peter King okays police running undercover operations in Catholic churches to listen to sermons.
Falwell, in an effort to claim Trump is super pro-religious, tweeted a photo of Trump with a Playboy behind him.
McKesson the activist seems largely secular. McKesson the Baltimore mayoral candidate is a diehard believer.
Which is odd, given Rubio’s past criticism of President Obama on those precise grounds.
“Do you share my religious beliefs?” shouldn’t be a qualifying question for a presidential candidate.
Ted Cruz is busy organizing Evangelical elites who haven’t been able to lead their flocks away from Trump.
Irony, thy name is Jerry Falwell, Jr.
This “limited government conservative” has an odd take on “religious freedom.”
It’s time to put the term “Judeo-Christian values” to bed.
According to Cruz, religious freedom is actually a Christian concept. Checkmate, atheists!
It’s a big deal for a candidate to run, and be competitive, without claiming guidance from a supreme being.
Why does religion engender sympathy for what would, in a secular context, be considered odious?
Points for diagnosing the problem. None for offering milquetoast and timid solutions.