How the Christian nationalist movement’s well-funded strategists are aiming at voters in Virginia and beyond for 2024
The most serious attempt to overthrow the American constitutional system since the Civil War would not have been feasible without the influence of America’s Christian nationalist movement. One year later, the movement seems to have learned a lesson: If it tries harder next time, it may well succeed in making the promise of American democracy a relic of the past.
A schism in the faith between liberals and conservatives is being exacerbated by a group of plutocrats.
Why do so many Republicans appear to be at war with both truth and democracy?
Their unlikely ally may have lost the White House, but Christian nationalists still plan to win the war.
The secretary of education wants religious schools to flourish at the public system’s expense; and she’s doing it under the cover of the coronavirus crisis.
Parents have rights, but I believe children have rights, too — to an environment free from exploitation and to a meaningful education.
Under the guise of religious liberty, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is pushing repressive ideas about religion that offer cover to authoritarian regimes.
The religious right worked to convince McCorvey that abortion was the great defining evil of our time. Then they used her story to push the same line on vulnerable Americans.
Trump’s response to the pandemic has been haunted by the science denialism of his ultraconservative religious allies.
New rules promulgated by his administration to advance ‘religious freedom’ will actually restrict it.
How today’s religious right functions as a shadow political party
This is the real meaning of “religious liberty”: the privilege enjoyed by certain favored groups to hold special status in our society, to claim public money and resources for themselves, and to identify a despised other and organize around their contempt of that enemy.
Why would a seemingly respectable, semiretired lion of the Washington establishment undermine the institutions he is sworn to uphold, incinerate his own reputation, and appear to willfully misrepresent the reports of special prosecutors and inspectors general, all to defend one of the most lawless and corrupt presidents in American history?
The Christian right doesn’t like the president only for his judges. They like his style.
Before we say goodbye to Roy Moore — I’m being optimistic here — let’s remember what this is all about. Yes, we’ve learned that a sizable contingent of voters will favor a sexual predator over a Democrat. But we already knew that from the 2016 presidential election.
The Republican Party hopes to beat back the Democrats on Tuesday with a big push from the Christian right.
At his confirmation hearings, Brett Kavanaugh said just what religious conservatives — and Christian nationalists — wanted to hear.
America’s Christian nationalists have been finding common cause with the Russian government for a while now.
If you want to understand American politics today, starting with the prospects for the 2018 midterm elections, you need to know Jim Domen. By the time he was in middle school, Mr. Domen knew he was different. His attraction to boys confused him. He knew it would shock his parents, born-again Christians.