Posts Tagged ‘Jerry Falwell Sr’

Jerry Falwell Jr, Religious Right Research

Better watch what you say if you’re in a meeting with Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr.

According to a report in the Lynchburg (Va.) News & Advance this week, Falwell secretly videotaped a get-together between university representatives, the mayor and the city manager about the school’s zoning proposals.

The newspaper said Falwell signed off on the recording, which was […] Read More

Don Wildmon, James Dobson, Lou Sheldon, Religious Right Research, Tony Perkins

It is hardly a secret that the Religious Right helped elect President George W. Bush and exercised extraordinary influence with his administration. But if we need more evidence, it’s just been put on the table.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Government (CREW) has just released a report tallying visits to the Bush White House by major Religious Right […] Read More

Church-State Milestones, Jerry Falwell Sr, Religious Right Research

U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy certainly led an interesting life. Known as a champion of the poor and downtrodden, he was also a powerful advocate for religious liberty and church-state separation who was adept at forging unlikely alliances with conservative Republicans.

One of the more unusual episodes in Kennedy’s life occurred on Oct. 3, 1983, when the senator spoke at what […] Read More

Church Politicking, Faith-Based Initiatives, Jerry Falwell Sr, Jonathan Falwell, Religious Right Research

Is Americans United for Separation of Church and State “one of the most dangerous organizations in America”?

Mat Staver seems to think so.

Staver, dean of the late Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University Law School and president of Liberty Counsel, went on a tiresome tirade about AU in today’s edition of One News Now, the wacky Wildmon family’s “news […] Read More

Government-Sponsored Religion, Jonathan Falwell, Religion and politics, Religion in Public Life, Religious Right Research

This weekend, for the first time since I have lived here, I found myself at a Washington-area Hindu temple.

That’s because my parents were in town, and when my mom visits, it’s on the top of her to-do list. So to satisfy my mother, and my religious quota for a while, I spent 10 to 15 minutes at a local […] Read More

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