Posts Tagged ‘eric holder’

Faith-Based Initiatives, Freedom of Religion, In the Courts, Judicial Nominations, Marriage & Sexuality, Religion and politics, Religious Discrimination, Religious School Vouchers, Tax Funding of Religion

I guess it’s a little impertinent for me to issue a report card for President Barack Obama on his performance during his first 100 days in office. I’m not his teacher, and he’s not my student.

But what the heck? It’s a free country and everyone else is doing it. So here goes.

I’m focusing on issues with church-state implications. […] Read More

In the Courts, Religion in Public Life, Religious Discrimination, Religious Right Research

Change is in the air at the U.S. Department of Justice – and it looks like it’ll be for the good.

The Senate has confirmed Eric Holder at the nation’s new attorney general. Holder has vowed to reverse course from many Bush administration policies. Most of the attention has focused on issues such as closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay […] Read More

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