Mixing Politics and Faith in the White House 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.
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Mixing Politics and Faith in the White House

Mixing Politics and Faith in the White House

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.

Guests:

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