Amy Sullivan

Amy Sullivan is a contributing writer at TIME magazine, and author of the book The Party Faithful: How and Why Democrats are Closing the God Gap (Scribner, 2008). A Michigan native, she holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Harvard Divinity School. She writes about religion and politics for TIME, but no longer answers to the name "Bible Girl."

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Newt Locks Up the Dunder-Mifflin Vote

I’ve been a little tough on Newt Gingrich in the past, so I want to give him credit for this good-humored Twitter exchange this afternoon with actor Rainn Wilson of The Office:




Good to see that with his campaign in a death spiral, Gingrich can still bring the funny.

Gingrich’s Senior Aides Jump Ship En Masse

While Newt Gingrich and his wife are off on a two-week Greek cruise to recuperate from three exhausting weeks of campaigning, his political operation is imploding. The AP and Politico are currently reporting that six senior campaign staffers–including campaign manager Rob Johnson and spokesman Rick Tyler–are quitting en masse.

Rick Perry’s Controversial Call to Prayer

Texas governor Rick Perry, who may or may not be considering a presidential run, is partnering with the conservative Christian American Family Association to hold an all-day prayer event in Houston this August. Perry has invited his fellow governors to join him at the event to “call upon Jesus to guide us through unprecedented struggles” …

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