2012 Conventions

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Globe Trot 09.05

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | At tonight's Democratic National Convention, foreign policy and national security are unlikely to feature, given the lineup: former President Bill Clinton,

Conventational

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Abortion | Street corners at the Democratic National Convention grow tense between pro-life and pro-abortion protesters

Signs and Wonders 09.05

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Toxic Karl. Karl Rove has famously withdrawn support for Missouri congressman Todd Akin and his bid for the U.S. Senate. Now, conservative icon and Missourian…

Day one in Charlotte

By Edward Lee Pitts
Posted

Politics | The Democratic National Convention opens with an emphasis on government and women's issues, including the right to an abortion

Are you better off?

By Edward Lee Pitts
Posted

Politics | As the Democrats arrive in Charlotte, members of both parties debate the age-old campaign question

A 'tremendous conceptual error'

A 'tremendous conceptual error'

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Politics | As the Democratic convention opens, President Barack Obama still seems to believe that his problem is merely a failure to communicate. He should read the work…

Party crasher in Charlotte

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Politics | At least one Democratic delegate will lead the charge opposing his party's stance on same-sex 'marriage' this week at the convention

Background conversations in Tampa

Background conversations in Tampa

By Emily Belz
Posted

Politics | Behind the speeches, the Republican National convention provided a lobbying zone for under the radar groups like Justice Fellowship

Christie to Romney: Lead!

Christie to Romney: Lead!

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Campaign 2012 | New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivered a peculiar keynote address Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention (see video below). There was no red…

Signs and Wonders 08.31

Signs and Wonders 08.31

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Regnerus cleared. The University of Texas at Austin has found no evidence of scientific misconduct by Mark Regnerus, an associate professor of sociology whose…

The GOP makes it official

The GOP makes it official

By Emily Belz
Posted

Politics | Mitt Romney accepts the Republican nomination for president Thursday night, bringing his personal life-and Mormon faith-more into the open

Big boy (and girl) night

Big boy (and girl) night

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Campaign 2012 | TAMPA, Fla.-The delayed opening of the Republican National Convention worked to the advantage of the GOP by both heightening anticipation and forcing the…

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