Dan Gilgoff

CNN

Guest

Religion Editor at CNN and author of The Jesus Machine: How James Dobson, Focus on the Family and Evangelical America Are Winning the Culture War; former senior editor at US News and World Report, where he wrote the God and Country blog; former politics editor at BeliefNet.com and writer of its God-O-Meter blog

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In 2008,  Rick Santorum  was not a candidate for President, but he told a Catholic audience at Ave Maria University of Florida that, "Satan is attacking the great institutions of…

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