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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

Articles by Bethany Blankley

Bill Maher

BETHANY BLANKLEY: ‘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

Catacomb archeological superintendent Fabrizio Bisconti shows to journalists the icon of the Apostle Paul, top left, discovered with other paintings in a catacomb located under a modern office building in a residential neighborhood of Rome, Tuesday, June, 22, 2010. Restorers said Tuesday they had unearthed the 4th-century images using a new laser technique that allowed them to burn off centuries of white calcium deposits without damaging the dark colors of the original paintings underneath. The paintings adorn what is believed to be the tomb of a Roman noblewoman and represent some of the earliest evidence of devotion to the apostles in early Christianity. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

BETHANY BLANKLEY: All of politics is spiritual

Christians believe that God created the Earth and everything in it. He also created three methods for societal order by establishing the government, the family and the church, which altogether sustain right moral living and encourage human flourishing. Published February 20, 2015

The Rev. Billy Graham (Billy Graham Evangelistic Association) ** FILE **

BETHANY BLANKLEY: 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