Richard Cizik

New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good

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President of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good; former Vice President for Governmental Affairs for the National Association of Evangelicals, an umbrella organization of 51 denominations and 30 million members in the US

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Mitt Romney  speaks often about his faith in God and his loyalty to "the same church."  But in 2007, when he made a carefully written speech about his religion, he mentioned the word…

Mitt Romney and the Mormon Church

Mitt Romney speaks often about his faith in God and his loyalty to "the same church."  But in 2007, when he made a carefully written speech about his religion, he mentioned the word…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Mitt Romney 's been called the "presumed front-runner," since the Republican campaign began, but most party members are looking for somebody else.

Is Mitt Romney Too Reticent about His Mormon Faith?

Mitt Romney 's been called the "presumed front-runner," since the Republican campaign began, but most party members are looking for somebody else.

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It could be months before  BP  can stop the gusher of oil. Beaches, marshes and wildlife are threatened in the Gulf of Mexico, along with traditional lifestyles.

Does the Oil Spill Buck Stop with Us?

It could be months before BP can stop the gusher of oil. Beaches, marshes and wildlife are threatened in the Gulf of Mexico, along with traditional lifestyles.

from To the Point

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