Yes, the Democrats are the Taliban. That passes for centre-right thinking in the US these days.
The Katter Australian Party anti-same s-x marriage ad has topped the charts as the most viewed and most discussed political advertisement of the Queensland election, write Mark Bahnisch and Pandora Karavan.
Kevin Rudd gave two specific yet covert commitments to JimWallace of the Christian Lobby in 2007 in the hope of attracting Christian voters: banning gay marriage and censoring the internet, writes Brian Greig.
We have got ourselves politicians who seem determined to pander to fundamentalism: either because they share its values, or because their party machines are captive to its lobbying power.
In an attempt to find a contemporary niche, Reader's Digest is moving in a decidedly conservative direction: "I love my family, I love my community, I love my church."
The religious pendulum has swung away from the religious right in the US and the role of Christianity in the country may soon be no different to in Australia.