Archive for October, 2005

Religion in Public Life

In an effort to end a lawsuit brought by an Americans United member, Air Force officials have agreed to withdraw a document stating that chaplains have the right to proselytize service personnel who have no religious affiliation.

Mikey Weinstein, an Air Force Academy graduate now living in Albuquerque, brought litigation last week to clean up religious intolerance […] Read More

Judicial Nominations, Religion in Public Life

Are the Bush team and its supporters engaging in hypocrisy in pushing the U.S. Supreme court nomination of Harriet E. Miers?

E.J. Dionne Jr., a columnist for The Washington Post, seems to think so. In his Oct. 7 piece, Dionne lambastes several Religious Right supporters saying, “They’ll play religion up or down, whichever helps them most in a […] Read More