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By their tweets you will know them: The Democrats’ continuing God gap

By Ryan Burge — August 30, 2019

(RNS) — If they want to win back the White House, Democrats need to reach Christian voters. At least on social media, Democratic candidates are failing to do so.

Tulsi Gabbard’s 2020 bid raises questions about Hindu political ties

By Sonia Paul — January 27, 2019

(RNS) — As Gabbard readies to launch her presidential race in early February, her connection to Indian Hindu political leaders is turning out to be one of her biggest obstacles.

Tulsi Gabbard: Religious bigotry is un-American

By Tulsi Gabbard — January 26, 2019

(RNS) — To question my commitment to my country, while not questioning non-Hindu leaders, creates a double standard that can be rooted in only one thing: religious bigotry.

Mr. President, leave your Bibles at home

By A. James Rudin — January 17, 2013

(RNS) It’s the constitutionally mandated oath of office, not the pair of historic Bibles, that is both necessary and sufficient for President Obama to begin his second term. Linking that oath to any religious text does not add to its efficacy. By A. James Rudin.

New Congress more religiously diverse, less Protestant

By David Gibson — November 19, 2012

(RNS) Three Buddhists, a Hindu and a “none” will walk into the 113th Congress, and it’s no joke. Rather, it’s a series of “firsts” that reflect the growing religious diversity of the country. By David Gibson.

Buddhist, Hindu make history in new Congress

By Daniel Burke — November 7, 2012

(RNS) Congress will become a shade more religiously diverse this January, after Tuesday’s election of the first Hindu representative and first Buddhist senator. By Daniel Burke. 

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