Amazing Grace? McGreevey Does His Best (Bad) Chuck Colson Impression

    By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com The late great Chuck Colson passed away last month at the age of 80. He was best known for two inextricable acts: (1) having been indicted and convicted for conspiring to cover up the Watergate break-in, and (2) helping pioneer the contemporary evangelical movement in America. Governor, Pastor, and now “spiritual advisor” Jim McGreevey is attempting to turn over a new | Read More »

    The Romney Campaign’s Tin Ear

    The Romney campaign continues to leave many evangelical voters feeling a bit out of sorts. It seems more and more the Romney campaign calculus is that the campaign will get the evangelical vote without much effort. As Ben Domenech wrote in his excellent Transom last week: Now evangelicals shift from roughly half the pie in the primary to a quarter of it in the general | Read More »

    The Romney Campaign’s Tin Ear

    The Romney campaign continues to leave many evangelical voters feeling a bit out of sorts. It seems more and more the Romney campaign calculus is that the campaign will get the evangelical vote without much effort. As Ben Domenech wrote in his excellent Transom last week: Now evangelicals shift from roughly half the pie in the primary to a quarter of it in the general | Read More »

    A Consequential Man, Home Now With His God

    Chuck Colson was a genuine hero of mine. I am saddened by his passing, but rejoice that he is now face to face with the Lord he dedicated his life to.Chuck Colson’s life is a very American story and very Christian story — his is a story of grace and redemption.He worked for Richard Nixon and conspired to commit the Watergate burglary over which he | Read More »

    A Consequential Man, Home Now With His God

    Chuck Colson was a genuine hero of mine. I am saddened by his passing, but rejoice that he is now face to face with the Lord he dedicated his life to.Chuck Colson’s life is a very American story and very Christian story — his is a story of grace and redemption.He worked for Richard Nixon and conspired to commit the Watergate burglary over which he | Read More »

    Freedom of Worship: an anorexic description of our rights

    In April of 2009 Obama bows to a Saudi king as if the divine right of kings instead of the rule of law is the American way. He tried to make amends for embarrasing himself with a speech in Cairo two months later where he gave religious freedom a place of heightened importance in his administration’s agenda. Five months later a rhetorical shift began at | Read More »