June 02, 2011
- The Independent
The Independent: America's first Mormon president?
A statue of the angel Moroni gazes triumphantly over Salt Lake City. Covered in gold leaf and clutching a bugle, he glistens amid an identikit cluster of skyscrapers and fast-food outlets of Utah's largest metropolis.
June 02, 2011
CNN: Is America ready for a Mormon president?
Mitt Romney’s campaign team knows that his Mormon faith scared off Republican voters the last time he ran for president. But they believe a lot has changed in the last four years.
May 19, 2011
- The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake Tribune: Can a Mormon win in the South?
Sunday service at the
First Baptist Church in Columbia has just ended, and Rex Rish is tying
up a few loose ends with the video broadcast of this week’s sermon.
May 18, 2011
- The Houson Chronicle
Houston Chronicle: T.D. Jakes to Franklin Graham: Apologize to Obama
Bishop T.D. Jakes, a Dallas megachurch pastor who will be preaching
at Lakewood Church during Memorial Day weekend, is calling out Franklin
Graham on his his hesitancy to accept Obama as a Christian and asking he
apologize for casting speculation onto the president’s faith.
May 12, 2011
- USA Today
USA Today: Jon Huntsman and Mitt Romney: Mormons of a different strain?
A new article paints potential presidential candidate Jon Huntsman as
purposefully vague about his Mormon faith. Huntsman, who has spent two
years in Taiwan as a Mormon missionary, said his faith was "tough to
define" in a piece from Melinda Henneberger at Time magazine.
May 11, 2011
- The New York Times
NYT: For some sports figures, opinions have a price
When Peter Vidmar, who won two gold medals in gymnastics in the 1984
Olympics, was chosen to be the United States’ chef de mission for next
year’s London Games, the chairman of the
called him a natural leader and an extraordinary individual.