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Sensible Separation: Dalai Lama calls for division between spiritual and temporal roles

Sensible Separation: Dalai Lama calls for division between spiritual and temporal roles

The Dalai Lama is in Washington, D.C., to lead a 10-day peace festival. He announced how he realized the hypocrisy of advocating for church-state separation as a religious leader involved in official government matters.

Preaching last month at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri Lou Engle declared that the massive tornado that had devestated Joplin, MO in May and killed more than one hundred people was "a sign that God’s redemptive jud…

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In our coverage of the upcoming "The Response" prayer rally that Gov. Rick Perry is organizing, one of the points we have been trying to hammer home is that Perry reached out to the American Family Association as his partner of choice in orga…

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The Fourth of July and Freedom: Why Texas Gov. Rick Perry doesn’t understand America

It doesn’t matter whether someone is Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish or subscribes to no faith at all – we are all a part of this country. It’s the government’s constitutional duty to ensure that no one feels like an outcast because of his or her belief system.

Texas Governor Rick Perry doesn’t agree.

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Faith-based frenzy: Kansas Governor preaches religion as solution to social problems

Since Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s first day in office, he has made it clear that he no problems blurring the church-state line.

In January, he all but turned his swearing-in ceremony into a religious revival, and he noted his intention to use religion as a way to help the state face its economic and social problems. He’s well on his way to imposing his religion on all Kansans.

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Which Republican Presidential hopefuls support anti-gay hate groups?

You might not think this an easy question to answer, requiring months of research, digging into the histories of the candidates. Or we can just look at the letter they signed.

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