During the 2008 presidential primary race, evangelical stalwart Mike Huckabee darkly hinted that Mitt Romney might believe that Jesus and the devil are brothers. This time around, Romney is the featured graduation speaker at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University. What changed?
Three judges appointed to the bench by Democratic presidents will hear the first appellate arguments on whether requiring Americans to buy health insurance is, as a lower court judge ruled, the same as ordering them to buy broccoli or a Cadillac.
When Mitt Romney takes the stage before 30,000 evangelical Christians at Liberty University tomorrow, he’ll have a chance to quell concerns about him among a group whose backing is key to his presidential campaign.
Hours after the University of Notre Dame filed a religious challenge to the U.S. health-care overhaul in Indiana federal court, a judge in Washington heard arguments in a lawsuit assailing tax provisions of the statute.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann said voters shouldn’t “settle” for a president who doesn’t share their values, spotlighting one of her campaign themes in a speech today at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Mitt Romney visited an Ohio factory, closed when President George W. Bush was in office, to make the case that President Barack Obama’s economic policies prevented the facility and others like it from reopening.