Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign defended an endorsement from a controversial pastor who has called Adolf Hitler a hunter “raised up” by God and actively seeks to convert Jews.
Republican presidential candidates are actively bringing God onto the campaign trail. Jane Eisner asks if a new generation of voters with few ties to organized religion — the ‘nones’ — may force them to change.
The Republican presidential candidates have been scrambling to proclaim their faith as a way of reaching Evangelical voters. What happens when the candidate is Donald Trump — and he doesn’t know a communion plate from a collection box?
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas won the Iowa Republican caucus, handing Donald Trump a humiliating defeat.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is trumpeting the endorsement of a doomsday preacher who warned Jews must accept Jesus — or face extermination.
Despite what Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz wants you to think, New York is actually the religious capital of America, Raphael Magarik argues.
In the very first episode of “The West Wing,” some of the president’s advisers engage in a heated argument with a group of Christian activists. Among the advisers are two of the show’s most prominent Jewish characters: White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler (played by Richard Schiff) and the Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman (played by Bradley Whitford).
“Hangover” screenwriter Craig Mazin has plenty of material should he ever decide to do a Ted Cruz biopic.
Ted Cruz wants to make sure you understand: “Republican” and “neoconservative” are no longer synonymous.