Skip to comments.Indiana's Religious Left Flexes Its Political Muscle
Posted on 12/06/2018 6:53:27 AM PST by posterchild
Vice President Mike Pence often describes his conservative religious views as "Hoosier values." It's a consistent narrative in a state that, with the exception of 2008, has voted for Republican presidents since 1980.
The religious right in Indiana has long been a powerful political force. But now a progressive interfaith movement, called Faith In Indiana, is trying to challenge that foothold.
The group, consisting of a broad political spectrum of Muslims, Jews and Christians, has organized in minority communities on issues like immigration, universal health care, criminal justice reform, and early childhood education.
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Ah, NPR, the spokescreeps of the left.
And, of course, they gulp gubmit funds without shame.
Oh well, we’ll have a special guillotine for them following CW-II.
Any Jew or Christian that works politically with a mooselimb is asking for it (in the neck)...
My first reaction also - its NPR. The home of “fake news.”
There is no religious left or right - there is only God and His law.
That these communists are once again trying to politicize and control religion is not surprising in the least.
When they list “immigration” as an issue, that’s really code for “pro-illegal immigration”.
I wonder what percent are ‘liberation theology’ adherents.
WTF does this country fund NPR! It is insane.
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