Posts Tagged “election”
I began to notice God’s absence shortly after Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, both bellicose Catholics, left the race for the White House.
Leader of Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party Mohammed Morsi was Saturday sworn in as Egypt’s first Islamist president amid concerns over his ability to tackle the military generals and the future of Cairo’s peace deal with Israel.
Viola Blayton Brooks, the mother of newly-elected SBC President Fred Luter Jr., passed away Wednesday, June 27, at the age of 82. She lived long enough to see her son installed as the first African American president of the SBC in a historic election reported heavily by the press.
Within minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court released its ruling upholding the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, Tea Party leaders were announcing an all-out effort to reinvigorate their troops to elect a president and Congress members who promise to repeal the controversial health care law
Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt’s first Islamist president Sunday in a race that raised political tensions in Egypt to a fever pitch.
This just in on the GetReligion news wire: RELIGIONNEWSVILLE, Cyberspace (GR) — In a podcast now available online, GetReligion contributor Bobby “Bible Belt” Ross admits dropping the ball in his recent critique of media coverage of the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. Read more on Pod people: A GetReligion news alert…
Contact: Susan Armacost, Legislative Director, 877-855-5007, [email protected]; Barbara L. Lyons, Executive Director, 877-855-5007, [email protected]; both with Wisconsin Right to Life MILWAUKIE, Wis., June 6, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — “Hundreds of thousands of right-to-life people understood the high stakes for unborn children in yesterday’s recall elections and they voted their right-to-life convictions.
Contact: Stephen M. Gelé, American Public Policy Alliance, 800-968-4211 TOPEKA, Kan., May 29, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — On Monday May 21, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed into law American Laws for American Courts legislation (SB79) to protect the fundamental constitutional rights of Kansans
The last time I saw my sweet friend Amy was in April, when a bunch of us college girlfriends gathered together in Knoxville to throw her a baby shower. We came from Dayton, Chattanooga, Chicago, and Charlotte—all to celebrate the new little boy that Amy and her husband Jon were bringing into the world in June. Amy chatted excitedly about the new apartment they’d be renting in Chicago