The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life provides a resource page on religion and politics. It includes links to relevant surveys and news items.
Read an April 16, 2013, article from NBC News about how the Tea Party is faring four years after its founding.
Read a Dec. 18, 2012, article from CNN about how, over time, the tea party lost its appeal and ultimately became a detriment to the Republican Party.
Read a Nov. 7, 2012, article from the Huffington Post about how the Tea Party fared in the 2012 election.
Read a June 27, 2012, article from ABC News about how the Tea Party fared as the 2012 elections went on.
Read a January 2011 article posted by Americans United for Separation of Church and State about the efforts of high-profile Tea Party members to promote in Congress the doctrine that America is a “Christian nation.”
Read an April 25, 2008, Columbus Dispatch “Faith & Values” feature about Tony Hall, a former congressman who serves as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s envoy to religious groups in the Middle East. Hall has worked for decades on the problem of world hunger and has said that his advocacy on that and related issues is driven […]
Read a May 2, 2008, Wall Street Journal article about President Bush asking Congress to approve an additional $770 million in global food aid.
The United States Institute of Peace, an independent and nonpartisan institution funded by Congress, offers religion and peacemaking resources.