Posts Tagged ‘ Mitt Romney ’

Evans Political Bull-Bear Political Indicator: October 2007

October 19, 2007 | 12 comments
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Here are today’s Evans Bull-Bear Political Indicators. Read more »

Mormonism and American Politics Conference at Princeton

October 11, 2007 | 11 comments
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There has been much discussion of Mitt Romney’s run for the White House, both here and throughout the Bloggernacle. Predictably, scholars don’t want bloggers to have all the fun. Read more »

Evans Political Bull-Bear Indicator: August 2007

August 21, 2007 | 74 comments
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The people who bet money on their ability to predict political events are bullish on Mitt Romney. Read more »

Living in the limelight

June 25, 2007 | 41 comments
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Sometime on or before November 4, 2008, the Romney campaign is going to tank. (Dwelling too long on the possibility that he won’t tank is not good for the cardiac health of both his supporters and his opponents, so we’ll ignore that possibility for now.) After the Romney candidacy is no more, how are we Mormons going to make people notice us? Read more »

Interview with Elder Christofferson

June 12, 2007 | 49 comments
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Read it here. (HT: BCC) Lots of hot topics: polygamy, women and the priesthood, evolution, Romney, etc. Discuss. Read more »

Mormonism and Pluralism

June 2, 2007 | 82 comments
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Mormonism and Pluralism In the U.S. today, many people are wary of religion because they feel it often supports a kind of intolerance. Mitt Romney’s presidential candidacy provides an interesting case study on the relationship between faith and pluralism. On the one hand, we see clear examples of religious intolerance from people like Bill Keller. On the other hand, ironically, the Mormon faith to which Romney adheres is committed in its very scripture to a deep and wide pluralism. Read more »

Mitt Romney, commencement speaker

April 9, 2007 | 43 comments
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Misinformation about Mormonism is nothing new, so the bloopers in Kenneth Woodward’s editorial about Mitt Romney’s upcoming speech at Regents University in today’s New York Times don’t disturb me much. What annoys me is Woodward’s argument about how Mormons should talk about themselves. Read more »

Your Mormon problem

March 28, 2007 | 59 comments
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Do all job seekers, academic or otherwise, share Mitt Romney’s “Mormon problem?” Where do you list your religion on your CV? Nowhere. Everywhere. Read more »

Forget polygamists, Mitt descends from a DESERTER!!!!

February 25, 2007 | 24 comments
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With all the recent attention to Mitt Romney’s polygamous ancestors, I’m surprised no one has yet commented on the really colorful and interesting ancestor, a decorated Prussian soldier who emigrated to the U.S., marched with the Utah Expedition against the Mormons in 1857, then deserted the army and sought asylum in Salt Lake City, eloping with his Iron Cross. Read more »

Romney II: The Story Continues

February 19, 2007 | 73 comments
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T&S reader and political junkie Marc Bohn is often the first to notice any new Romney material. There were a slew of articles this weekend that discussed Romney and Mormonism, covering all sorts of interesting ground, and Marc has put together this synopsis, with links, of several of the most interesting: Read more »

The Romney Machine

January 27, 2007 | 64 comments
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From my inbox: Read more »

A Really Long Post about Mitt Romney, Damon Linker, and Pope Pius V

January 2, 2007 | 71 comments
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In 1570, Pope Pius V issued his bull Regnans in Exelcis, a pontifical act that seems to be creating problems for Mitt Romney and the Mormons. Read more »

Mitt, the Mormons, and the Democrats’ Mountain West Strategy

December 29, 2006 | 27 comments
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The Democratic electoral strategy for 2008 and Mitt Romney’s candidacy might just give Mormons more political influence than they will ever have again in a presidential election. The combination of the two will certainly give the McCain campaign a bad case of indigestion. Read more »

One Thing Damon’s Article (Probably) Gets Right

December 27, 2006 | 107 comments
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Damon Linker’s TNR article “The Big Test” came out last Friday. Despite the holiday, his argument about Mitt Romney’s all-but-certain presidential candidacy and the problems which at least some Mormon beliefs pose for people looking to decide who to vote for has already caught the eye of many, and will no doubt be talked and argued about for some time to come. If you’re looking for a lengthy take on his argument…well, I’ve put one up on my blog here. But here, writing for T&S’s Mormon audience, let me pick out one paragraph of Damon’s article, and see what... Read more »

Mitt Romney for President?

July 26, 2005 | 62 comments
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Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has presidential aspirations. Read more »