Because of their opposition to issues like same-sex marriage, abortion and others, many Christian conservative voters in the South and elsewhere feel their faith and the moral code by which they live is under siege and look to the political arena David Goldstein and Kevin Liles McClatchy DC
Because of their opposition to issues like same-sex marriage, abortion and others, many Christian conservative voters in the South and elsewhere feel their faith and the moral code by which they live is under siege and look to the political arena David Goldstein and Kevin Liles McClatchy DC

Christian conservatives pivotal in the South, and feeling under siege

February 12, 2016 02:46 PM