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Tom DeLay

Tom DeLay is not Jesus. That may not seem like a shocking statement, but it may be for some Christians who gathered last week in Washington, D.C., for the “War on Christians and the Value Voters” conference. The conference speakers with the persecuted-Christian complex included preachers (Rod Parsley and Michael Marcavage), conservative activists (Alan Keyes, […] Read More

When Congressman Tom DeLay was forced to step down as House Majority Leader following his indictment alleging involvement in a money-laundering scheme, he was replaced by fellow Southern Baptist Roy Blunt of Missouri. As a result of gaining a new position and more influence, Blunt and his record is receiving more attention and scrutiny. While […] Read More

Following the indictment of Congressman Tom DeLay on Sept. 26 for alleged illegal fundraising activities, several prominent conservative Christians quickly offered their support for DeLay. Many also attacked Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle for bringing the charges. As a result of the indictment, DeLay, a member of Second Baptist Church of Houston, was forced […] Read More

This is a tough time to be a judge in America. Big names from the world of religion and politics claim that the judiciary is “out of control.” These judicial reformers are working overtime to, in their words, give the courts back to the people. What they are really doing, however, is working to build […] Read More