GOP faithful have been debating whether the party should move to the proverbial political center or embrace the conservatism of Gov. Sarah Palin. What has gone unnoticed is that support for Palin is a repudiation of the Bible.
John McCain has said he’ll nominate "strict constructionist" Supreme Court justices. Sarah Palin opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest. What’s a pro-choice Republican to do?
The crowd at the RNC has been sounding feeble all night, but they roared for Fred Thompson when he dangled insinuation about Barack Obama’s views on abortion.
Last week Republican Majority for Choice unveiled compelling new polling numbers showing that a vast majority of Republicans want the party to unite around a “big tent” message.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s evangelicalism has become one of the planks in pundit-class conventional wisdom about his chances of winding up John McCain’s running mate. What has the governor said and done over the years on evangelicals’ pet issues?
Republican pro-choice groups seize the moment to refocus their Party’s agenda away from social conservatism and toward what they believe are the core principles of Republican government.