Ann Romney informs ‘The View’ co-host that Mormons do serve in the military
‘Mitt’s response to those who came was compassion in all its beautiful varieties: He had a listening ear and a helping hand’
Religious bigotry is one of the hallmarks of the 2012 presidential campaign.
‘However, most teavangelicals have an even bigger problem with President Obama’s agenda, which they believe is scary’
CNN contributor: ‘The thing against him the most is his religion, and he doesn’t understand the reasons’
Mormons apparently did not appreciate the reference to polygamy
‘I think there’s a good biblical case for voting for Mitt Romney’
Richard Land warns that the media will ‘trot out every exotic belief of Mormonism you can find’
‘The key sticking point for evangelicals and actually for many is the issue of the trinity … Mormonism denies that’
If Romney is the nominee, Mormonism will almost certainly be a general-election issue. How should Republicans handle it?
Online retail leader says Mormon faith influenced his decision to support Paul
GOP front-runner’s campaign says ‘if one candidate is asked about their faith, all of them should be’
Conservatives aren’t the ones who aren’t ready for a Mormon president.
Ads aiming to educate the public about the Mormon faith were in the works years ago, church official says
Romney campaign has no comment on the book, written by journalist Ronald Scott
In “Mormons Believe … What?!” Gary Lawrence explains what Mormons believe and, more importantly, what they don’t.
Explaining Harold Bloom’s latest rant against religion and conservatives.
As a Mormon, Romney does not drink alcohol or smoke, but admits to trying both ‘as a wayward teenager’
‘I think everyone will find it very boring or normal in the White House itself’
Americans most identify Cain by his tax plan, Romney by his religion and Perry by his home state