Ralph Reed, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), and David Brody discuss the intersection between religion and politics.
Ralph Reed, and Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), sound off on whether there is a "War on Religion."
David Brody assesses whether Mitt Romney's religion will be a problem in the general election should he become the nominee.
A unique look at how the GOP candidates are going about winning women voters.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, and Ralph Reed, discuss whether someone running for office can declare themselves a "non-believer."
State of the Union's Candy Crowley talks to Larry King and Howard Kurtz about Michael Wallace's legendary legacy.
ON STATE OF THE UNION
Today, Candy talked to Democratic Party Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on the latest jobs numbers, gas prices and the political gender gap.
Then, Democratic Strategist Mark Penn and Republican Strategist Linda DiVall dissect what the polls say about the battle for the White House and what groups could sway the election. Who are the soccer moms of 2012?
Insight into the Supreme Court's deliberations and upcoming cases with two former solicitors general Ken Starr and Neal Katyal.
And an Easter Sunday conversation about the role of religion in politics with Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed, Congressional Black Caucus Chairman and United Methodist pastor Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) and the Christian Broadcast Network's Chief Political Correspondent David Brody.
Former Solicitor General Ken Starr and Neal Katyal weigh in on Healthcare, immigration, and how the Supreme Court is handling the cases.
Democratic Strategist Mark Penn and Republican Strategist Linda Divall on the critical voting blocs of the 2012 election.
DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz weighs in on whether there truly is a "War on Women."