Tag Archives: Kathleen Parker

“…the goal is to keep religious people from making public arguments that have any force”

Daniel Larison thinks it unreasonable to ask religious conservatives to put theology to one side when prescribing to the rest of us on public policy. John Cole has one response.

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Perception or Power

What does the secular right want? If you read Kathleen Parker’s latest – and I know she doesn’t speak for all right secularists – you get the strange sense that she wants the way the GOP is perceived to change … Continue reading

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Ron Guhname, “The Inductivist,” is scathing about Kathleen Parker’s now-famous  “oogedy-boogedy” column. New York City Republicans should become the center of the party. That there are six of them and 100 million born-agains isn’t the point; the NYC-ers are cooler. … Continue reading

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Smiling Secularism

James Dobson has responded to Kathleen Parker’s oogedy-boogedy editorial. He says that when people such as Obama ask the religiously motivated to translate their concerns into universal, rather than religion-specific, values, that this is “secularism with a smile.”

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Speaking Truth To Charisma

Giving Up on God. Jonah Goldberg unleashes righteous indignation.

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