Posts Tagged ‘Romney’
With Romney’s candidacy, we moved closer to the First Amendment promise of full religious freedom — a level playing field in the public square for citizens of all faiths and none.
Official says tax agency has suspended audits of churches suspected of breaching federal restrictions on political activity.
GOP candidate treads carefully in discussing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in that many Americans view it skeptically.
American voters, it turns out, are mostly unconcerned about Romney’s Mormon religious affiliation or have no idea what it is.
Republican presidential contender tight-lipped on financial records and campaign aides often won’t say where candidate will be; Obama not always open, either.
In incident involving in-class criticism of President Obama, it should be obvious that even as the First Amendment protects dissent, it does not mandate respect.
Campaign apologizes after aides blocked reporters from asking candidate questions as he greeted supporters at the ‘rope line.’
Communications were legal, even though Romney’s own administration warned state agencies against the practice due to cybersecurity concerns.
Assailed by Catholics and Republicans for rule requiring religious institutions to provide contraception coverage, Obama administration suggests it’s looking at ‘different ideas.’
One in a series of articles on the First Amendment record and views of 2012 presidential candidates.
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