Jindal Courts the Religious Right

At The National Review, Eliana Johnson discusses Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s use of religious language in his political campaign and potential presidential bid for 2016. While the Republican establishment has kept the Religious Right at bay, Jindal, a converted Catholic, is actively courting voters in that group. “I think it is so important for us to turn to prayer, to turn to God,” Jindal says. “Folks that want to take prayer out of the public square, that’s completely inappropriate.”

Read at The National Review

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