Focus on the Family
When federal emergency unemployment benefits expired last month, the effects ran deep in a Colorado county marked by two exit ramps off Interstate 25 – one leading to the conservative religious group Focus on the Family, the other to the Fort Carson Army post.
Nationally syndicated Christian radio broadcaster James Dobson is suing the federal government over a requirement that his ministry must include the morning-after pill and other emergency contraception in its health insurance.
Colorado Democrats will move civil unions for gay couples closer to a reality in the coming weeks, but there’s a bigger battle looming over marriage for same-sex couples.
Conservative Christian broadcaster James Dobson has endorsed Rick Santorum for the Republican nomination for president.
How did Tim Tebow get here? Well, it’s been an interesting ride.
Tebow’s five fourth-quarter comebacks and his four overtime victories — each more improbable than the last — and his steady, genuine, yet somehow unassuming insistence on bringing God into the conversation has forced an uncomfortable question upon some football fans.
When historians look back on the last couple months of 2011, it could be looked at as an intersection in time where religion, sports, and social politics all met and talked. And if recent polling results involving Tim Tebow’s indirect effect on the Iowa caucuses serves as any indication, the conversation will continue into 2012.
For every time Tim Tebow finds his way into the end zone during another fourth-quarter comeback, pro-choice groups could be cashing in on the first-place quarterback.
The military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is officially a thing of the past of Sept. 20. Colorado politicians were among those who pushed to eliminate the policy relating to gays and lesbians in the armed forces.
The Christian ministry Focus on the Family says it is eliminating 49 more jobs, bringing its number of employees to 650.