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Bethany Blankley

Bethany Blankley

Bethany Blankley is a political analyst for Fox News Radio and has appeared on television and radio programs nationwide. She writes about political, cultural and religious issues in America from the perspective of an evangelical and a former communications strategist for four senators, one congressman, a former New York governor and several nonprofits.

She earned her master's degree in theology from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and her bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Maryland. Follow her: @bethanyblankley and BethanyBlankley.com.

Articles by Bethany Blankley

Bill Maher

'Gay mafia' flouts own PC folly

The "Gay mafia," as Bill Maher calls them, are like fools flouting their own folly. They impose standards (that they don't follow) solely on Christians through discriminatory legal measures — but completely ignore imams who advocate their death. Published April 15, 2015

In this Thursday, April 2, 2015 photo, Archbishop for northern Iraq, Saliba Shimon, leads a ceremony at the Mar Matti monastery outside the town of Bashiqa in northern Iraq. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)

Obama helps clarify what is, is not Christianity

One of my friends in Scotland commented that Christianity in America is a mile wide and an inch deep. After returning to America from living overseas twice as an adult, I would say this is a fair assessment. Published April 10, 2015

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, left, greets U.S. President Barack Obama upon his arrival at Qubba palace in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, June 4, 2009. President Obama is due to address the Muslim world in a speech during his visit to Egypt. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

Common Core ties to Libya, Qatar, Saudi Arabia

"Where did Common Core come from?" is a question I often hear from parents in every state I've visited as I travel the country speaking about the Islamic infiltration of America. Published April 7, 2015

Christians are urging people to "Do Good" on Good Friday. (AP Photo)

On Good Friday: Join the 'Do Good' movement

There’s a lot of negativity, division and hardship expressed by many Americans today. Holidays can often be stressful and often remind people of what they feel is missing in their lives. Published April 3, 2015

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore poses in front the the American flag, in Montgomery, Ala. The chief justice continues to fight against gay marriage in Alabama. Moore told state probate judges to refuse the marriage licenses to gay couples, saying they weren't bound to adhere to the ruling of the federal judge who declared Alabama's gay marriage ban unconstitutional. Moore said decision legalizing gay marriage would be among the court's greatest mistakes. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

The Supreme Court and pastors on marriage

Why are there not more Christians courageously advocating that life, marriage, family, and society can only survive and flourish if rooted in the biblical principles of right moral living? Published February 27, 2015

The Rev. Billy Graham (Billy Graham Evangelistic Association)

America's handwriting on the wall - unless 7:14

In 1973, the Rev. Billy Graham preached to tens of thousands in St. Louis, Missouri, lamenting that America as a nation was under God's judgment for the U.S. Supreme Court Roe. v Wade decision made earlier that year legalizing the mass murder of children. Published January 24, 2015

Image: Wikimedia Commons

As Christianity exits Europe, 'Criminal Muslims' fill void with rabid violence

Throughout Europe, tens of thousands of churches have been torn down, sold and repurposed due to an 80-90 percent drop in attendance. Non-attendance is indicative of negative population growth and sub-replacement fertility rates. And negative population growth is indicative of empty pulpits. Published December 29, 2014

One's faith influences every area of society

Everyone believes in something or someone, even if their faith is in themselves. What differentiates between an opinion and justified belief, however, depends in what or whom such faith rests. Published December 15, 2014