November 29, 2010
- Religion News Service
RNS: Religious groups support repealing gay military ban
As the Pentagon readies a long-awaited survey of military personnel on lifting the Don't Ask/Don't Tell policy, a new poll suggests broad support across religious groups for allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly.
November 04, 2010
- The Washington Times
Wash. Times: GOP draws religious groups, unaffiliated
In the 2010 contest for House seats,
Republicans won stronger support from people in the major religious
groups — and even the unaffiliated who usually vote Democratic, an
analysis of exit polls show.
October 30, 2010
- Los Angeles Times
LA Times: A Chinese template for Asia's Islamic societies
Islam has been an American obsession for at least a decade. The 9/11 attacks and the intractable violence in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan -- however much we have been the cause of it -- have left us bewildered and terrified by this seemingly austere and martial faith.
October 28, 2010
- The Statesman
Statesman: White House refutes Golden Temple reports
The White House has strongly refuted reports appearing the American and Indian media that US President Barack Obama apparently cancelled his planned trip to Golden Temple so he will not have to wear a head covering that could fan misconceptions he is a Muslim.
October 26, 2010
- Winston-Salem Journal
Winston-Salem Journal: Flag's legality issue of debate
Anyone doubting the emotions surrounding the display of a Christian flag in King on Saturday had only to see the numbers: More than 5,000 people marched to show support for their faith, and for the return of the Christian flag to Veteran’s Memorial in Central Park.
October 23, 2010
- The Weekly Standard
Weekly Standard: There is no Catholic vote
If abortion is the key Catholic issue in American politics, then you can’t say Catholicism has exactly disappeared from the 2010 election.
October 21, 2010
- The New York Times
NYT: Sikhs lament Obama plan to bypass India temple
Sikhs in the United States expressed their frustration Thursday that President Obama would skip a tentatively planned visit to their holiest site in India, while advocacy groups called on the White House to reconsider.