Posts tagged "voting"

Everything But the Girl

“I wish I could vote so bad.” By Marissa Kantor On November 8th, in one of the fiercest faith-based rivalries sparked in California in decades, voters over the age of 18 will decide whether or not girls under the age of 18 have to tell their parents before they can get an abortion. In a...

28 August 2004 Daily Links

‘I want people to judge me on my deeds, not how I try to define myself as a religious person of words.’” Go on, guess. A study of congressional voting patterns over the last 25 years shows that religious affiliation helps create an ideological divide between Republicans and Democrats that virtually ensures a partisan split on...

Rock it, Redeem it, Just Vote! (So Long as it’s for the Right Candidate)

By Jeff Sharlet Julia Duin at The Washington Times is a tough, sharp-eyed religion reporter, alert to the broader political and cultural significance of intra-denominational squabbles and the kind of religious pronouncements that at first blush seem empty of meaning. That’s why her report in today’s Times on Redeem the Vote, a group created to register young voters at evangelical pop concerts,...