Deal W. Hudson Published January 2, 2008 Author’s note: I no longer consider Pastor John Hagee as anti-Catholic. What happened, however, with Rev. Tim Rude and Tim LaHaye remains relevant to Huckabee as a political candidate. Gov. Mike Huckabee will be a major player in the run for the GOP presidential nomination regardless of whether… Continue reading Mike Huckabee’s Anti-Catholic Problem
Deal W. Hudson Published October 9, 2008 An Obama victory on November 4 is far from certain, but the momentum behind his campaign prompts me to wonder: What impact could an Obama administration have on the Catholic Church? The Bush victories in 2000 and 2004 brought a flood of commentary on the so-called red and… Continue reading Will the Church Split Along Red and Blue Lines?
Deal W. Hudson Published July 2, 2008 Infanticide is becoming a touchy subject for Barack Obama. So much so that his supporters either deny that their candidate ever voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, or they describe his votes as “procedural,” as if Obama never really opposed providing medical treatment for infants who… Continue reading Obama and Infanticide
Deal W. Hudson Published January 2, 2008 Gov. Mike Huckabee will be a major player in the run for the GOP presidential nomination regardless of whether he finishes first or second in the Iowa Caucus. As in Iowa, Evangelical voters will undergird his efforts in Michigan (Jan 18), South Carolina (Jan 26), and Florida (Jan… Continue reading Mike Huckabee’s Anti-Catholic Problem