How the Republicans Stole Religion

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How the Republicans Stole Religion is Press’s fervent call for the left to reclaim religion and return it to its basic principles of social justice, charity, and tolerance.

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Politics Religion &. A very good read on how the extreme right wingers stole the religion of Christianity attempting to make all people believe that if they're Christian they MUST be Republican and Conservative.

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Press argues that the Right didn’t just steal religion, the Left let them have it, offering no resistance as conservatives dictated what’s right and. Get this from a library. How the Republicans stole religion: why the religious right is wrong about faith and politics, and what we can do to make it right.

[Bill Press] -- "For decades, Press argues, conservatives have defined religion so narrowly that Democrats and liberals have been pushed outside the fold.

According to their narrow gospel, God put George W. Bush in. A lifelong Catholic, Press believes the Republican Party hijacked religion in the election: “Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Muslims and Buddhists all out in the cold” since Conservative Christianity took over the Republican Party.

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[Bill Press] -- For decades, Press argues, conservatives have defined religion so narrowly that Democrats and liberals have been pushed outside the fold. According to their narrow gospel, God put George W. Bush in. Rescuing Religion from Republicans.

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The stark racial and religious divide between Democrats and Republicans, in one chart The Public Religion Research Institute released a massive new survey of American religious adherence today.

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Bush (hereafter referred to as Bush Jr. to distinguish him from his father who was also a president), the final outcome. Press is the author of three books: "Spin This!", "Bush Must Go" and "How The Republicans Stole Religion." His fourth book, "Trainwreck," will be published by John Wiley & Sons in spring —Booklist on HOW THE REPUBLICANS STOLE RELIGION “The movement toward a theocratic America has a new obstacle: Bill Press's articulate defense of real religious freedom.” —The Rev.

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Foxes in the Henhouse: How the Republicans Stole the South and the Heartland and What the Democrats Must Do to Run 'em Out The book encourages Democrats to. Plus, normally, for example, when I wrote the book “Billionaires and Ballot Bandits,” I gave a very exact, quite exacting number of the votes that were shifted away from Obama in Author: Kasia Anderson.

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As discussed in Chapter 12 of Who Stole My Religion, veganism is the diet most consistent with such Jewish values as showing compassion to animals, taking care of one’s health, preserving the environment, sharing with hungry people, conserving natural resources, and pursuing peace.

Even if you don’t feel you can give up meat right now, try. According to American talk radio host Bill Press, author of the book How the Republicans Stole Religion: Why the Religious Right is Wrong about.

9 Nonfiction Books About The Republican Party. Harvard-based researchers Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson find out in their book: A. How Republicans lost non-religious voters. voters with no religion had grown to 12 percent of the electorate - more than Hispanics - and Barack Obama won them in Author: Scott Clement.

The Last Republicans offers revealing and often moving portraits of the forty-first and forty-third presidents, as well as an elegy for the Republican “establishment,” which once stood for putting the interests of the nation over those of any single man. Still others on this list are novels.

Despite their differences, these are the 30 books every young Republican should own. The Abolition of Man C.S. Lewis. A book by C.S. Lewis — perhaps the foremost Christian writer of the 20th century — is a must have for any young Republican’s library.

GOP insider: Religion destroyed my party A veteran Republican says the religious right has taken over, and turned his party into anti-intellectual nuts This article is an excerpt from the book.

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Revitalizing Judaism and Applying Jewish Values to Help Heal our. The book’s title asks, “Who Stole My Religion?” Well, the obvious response from most of the author’s desired target audience will be, “You did!” Of course I disagree, as I am arguing that Judaism is a beautiful religion with teachings that can help heal the world.

The newest survey from Public Policy Polling doesn't augur well for Republicans: "49% of GOP voters nationally say they think that ACORN stole the election for President Obama.

We found that 52%. Republicans love to accuse Obama of being an empty suit, but the Republican bench is where you have to go to see politicians living the life of arena-packing fundamentalist charlatans, who talk a.

Adults with no religion lean Democrat by 36 points. Young, white evangelical Protestants lean strongly Republican. The more religious identification sags, the fewer young Republicans there are.As his hopes of winning the congressional election in New York's 23rd district fade, conservative candidate Doug Hoffman is clearly getting desperate.

Today he's blaming his loss on "ACORN, the.

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