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Tina Fey & Amy Poehler start the Palin dialogues Oct. 5, 2008
Comedic impersonators Fey and Poehler came back to satirize another actual interview between CBS anchor Katie Couric and Creationist Sarah Palin.
A Creationist enters the presidential race Sept. 3, 2008
John McCain’s decision to choose an anti-abortion, pro-creationism, death penalty diva as his vice-presidential running mate has stunned the nation.
Eckhart Tolle squares off with Creationists July 30, 2008
Spiritual teacher & New York times best-selling author Eckhart Tolle has found himself directly in the middle of an evangelical defamation campaign.
"Leave us alone!" July 23, 2008
Despite being portrayed as Satan by some evangelical church groups, Oprah Winfrey continues to support Eckhart Tolle's position that evolution and Christianity are not in conflict.
Is Obama catering to the creationists? July 2, 2008
Taking a page from President Bush, Barack Obama wants to expand White House efforts to steer social service dollars to religious groups.
A leading creationist accuses Barack Obama of pushing a fruitcake interpretation of the Constitution June 25, 2008
As Obama broadens his outreach to evangelical voters, one of the movement's biggest names, James Dobson, accuses the likely Democratic presidential nominee of distorting the Bible and the U.S. Constitution.
Barack Obama promises a return to science June 11, 2008
In a direct fire across the bow of Fundamentalist Evangelical Christianity, the presumed Democratic candidate for US president has clearly stated where he stands on the evolution-creationism controversy
Judgment Day in Texas June 10, 2008
The Texas State Supreme Court upheld an appellate court’s ruling that the 450 girls forcibly removed from a Mormon cult in Texas be returned.
The same constitutional law that scientists invoke to keep creationism out of the classroom has now appeared to favor polygamy in the bizarre case of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints in Eldorado, Texas.
Oprah Winfrey and the creationism controversy May 7, 2008
Oprah Winfrey and spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle were confronted during their New Earth webcast with a question about the use of the word 'evolution' in his teachings.
Is Pope Benedict the "American Pope"? April 9, 2008
Pope Benedict makes his first papal visit to the US this April. Is this Pope an ally to creationists?
Is Pope Benedict a Creationist? April 9, 2008
Pope Benedict has sent confusing signals about creationism and Catholicism
What does a creationist, FedEx, and McCain’s search for a vice president have in common? April 2, 2008
A secret list of 20 potential running mates was revealed by presidential hopeful John McCain today, one of whom was Mike Huckabee, who wants to revise the U. S. Constitution to reflect more Biblical values.
Atheists are banned from an intelligent design movie March 26, 2008
The banning of atheists from a prescreening of Ben Stein’s film, Expelled No Intelligence Allowed, drew hundreds of postings in the blogosphere this week.
Will John McCain choose a Creationist as his running mate? March 12, 2008
With McCain the Republican 2008 presidential candidate, the “Dream Team” may include Mike Huckabee as the vice-presidential nominee.
A popular creationist links Darwin to racism Feb. 27, 2008
Ken Ham and co-author Dr. Charles Ware reveal a compelling history of the effect of an evolution-based belief system on the history of the United States, touching on abortion, slavery, and the civil rights movement.
The Florida State Board of Education finally approves evolution - but only "in theory" Feb. 20, 2008
In a precedent-setting decision, Florida education officials voted to add evolution to required course work in public schools, but only after a last-minute change depicting Charles Darwin's seminal work as merely a theory
It's Darwin's Birthday and a Creationist Candidate declares he will fight on for his party's nominat Feb. 13, 2008
Last weekend, as Evolution Sunday celebrated Darwin's birthday and the compatibility of evolution and Christianity, Presdiential Candidate Mike Huckabee avowed he will not give up his fight to become the first Creationist President
Like Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, Ben Stein's Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is being privately previewed by the religious right before its general opening in April