From the daily archives: Monday, December 29, 2014

Writing in Salon, Frank Schaeffer describes himself as a “white, privileged, well-off, 61-year-old former Republican religious right-wing activist who changed his mind about religion and politics long ago.” Schaeffer is the son of Evangelical leader Francis Schaeffer, who helped birth the religious right movement in the 1970s that harnessed as one of its apostles former GOP congressman Jack Kemp, an admired political icon to Ohio Gov. John Kasich.  Schaeffer the son wonders, “With the Republicans in control of the House and Senate the question arises — again — Where does the American far right find the energy to oppose […]

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