Posts Tagged ‘christian coalition’

Christian Coalition, Pat Robertson, Religious Right Research

Last month I wrote a story for Church & State speculating about possible new leaders for the Religious Right. I focused on Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich, Rick Warren and others.

One person I did not think to include was Ralph Reed, the one-time wunderkind who served as executive director of Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition from 1989 to 1997.

I […] Read More

American Center for Law and Justice, Christian Coalition, Defending The Courts, Family Research Council, Jay Sekulow, Jonathan Falwell, Judicial Nominations, Religion in Public Life, Tony Perkins

U.S. District Judge David Hamilton has been nominated by President Barack Obama to a seat on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and will face the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow. The Religious Right smear machine is operating on full power.

According to March 17 e-mail alert from Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, Hamilton is guilty of […] Read More

Church Politicking, Election '08

The Christian Coalition has unveiled its “nonpartisan” voter guide for distribution at churches and other locations before the November election. In a letter accompanying the document, Coalition President Roberta Combs calls the guide “one of the most powerful tools Christians have ever had to impact our society during elections.”

What she didn’t say is that her guides are so […] Read More

Pat Robertson, Religious Right Research

In 1996, I wrote a book titled The Most Dangerous Man in America?: Pat Robertson and the Rise of the Christian Coalition.

At that time, the Christian Coalition was going great guns. Led by the young and media-savvy Ralph Reed, the organization claimed two million members and would routinely bring 4,000 people to Washington for meetings.

A lot has […] Read More

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