Mixing Politics and Faith in the White House

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Faith-based initiatives, school vouchers — and now the Harriet Miers nomination. President Bush speaks often about the role of religion in his life, and translates that into public policy. We discuss religion and politics.


Sen. John Danforth, former Ssenator from Missouri (Republican); former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; currently a partner at the law firm Bryan Cave LLP; Episcopal priest

Rep. Thomas Tancredo (R-CO), Catholic who converted to Evangelical Presbyterian

Sen. Joe Lieberman, Democratic senator from Connecticut



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