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Gregory Paul is an independent researcher interested in informing the public about little known yet important aspects of the complex interactions between religion, secularism, culture, economics, politics and societal conditions. His scholarly work has appeared in Evolutionary Psychology, Journal of Religion and Society, The Journal of Medical Ethics, Philosophy and Theology. Popular essays are at Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post/On Faith, Edge and one of the most widely read Washington Post op-eds (5/29&30/11). Coverage of Paul's research has appeared in Newsweek, USA Today, The Guardian, London Times, LA Times, MSNBC, FoxNews.
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 17, 2008 Todd Palin: Future Co-President?
Little looked at so far is the role "First Dude" Todd Palin will play if he and his wife make their way to the White House. Could be pretty scary considering the male head of the household doctrine Palin's church preaches.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 13, 2008 The Liar From Nowhere
Sarah Palin, in collaboration with her running mate John McCain, is affirming that the GOP is not the Party of Virtue, and that the right will happily lie its way to the White House. It's the only hope they have.
SHARE Sunday, September 7, 2008 Of Course It Matters
The pregnancy of the Palin daughter exposes the pratical failings and political cynicism of the traditionalist world view of human sexual activities
SHARE Sunday, August 31, 2008 The Real McCain
McCain's veep pick exposes how empty his claim to be a man of principled judgment actually is.
(8 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 24, 2008 The Gays Are Winning: Why That Spells Doom for the Religious Right
Despite setbacks gays and lesbians are winning the culture war as American's tolerance for homosexuality soars to levels never imagined in the last century. This social change bodes ill for traditional religion, which cannot thrive in a gay friendly nation.
SHARE Wednesday, January 2, 2008 The Real War on Xmas
The religious and social right want us to think that it is liberal secularists who are waging war on the holy day. As the release of this year's disappointing retail sales figures help reveal, the real enemies of Christmas piety are the allies of the right, the merchant capitalists, as well as their loyal helpers, the American consumer.