- The Club for Growth has nominated Florida Gov. Charlie Crist for its Comrade of the Month Award for May. It’s not meant as a compliment.
- Speaking of Crist, Dennis Baxley has resigned his position as executive director of the Christian Coalition of Florida in order to work full-time in promoting Marco Rubio, Crist’s Republican primary opponent.
- Promise Keepers is expanding its mission: “This event is going to honor women … We’re going to honor the poor, the oppressed, and the needy. We’re going to honor the believing Jew.”
- Texas Governor Rick Perry has put his name on a fundraising letter for Grover Norquist’s anti-tax group, Americans for Tax Reform, denouncing “an over-reaching liberal federal government.”
- Finally, Religion News Service reports that anti-marriage activists see ballot as their last hope for stopping the spread of marriage equality:
“The integrity of our most fundamental institutions is in question and needs to be in question,” says Mike Heath, executive director of the Maine Family Policy Council, an evangelical Christian lobbying group.
“I see our institutions as having become openly hostile (to religious views). They’re responsive to the elite and moneyed interests that dominate our statehouse. … The only hope here is the people.”