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The following are external links for Articles & Commentary related to the main article David Kuo.
- Lee Cokorinos, "John Ashcroft: An Asset of the Far Right. A Brief Overview of Key Political Relationships and Strategic Networking Resources," Institute for Democracy Studies Online, undated.
- Rich Lowry, "Dealing with Dole - Bob Dole's presidential campaign," National Review (FindArticles.com), May 15, 1995.
- Steve Watkins, "The Christian Coalitions 'Contract With the American Family' - An Analysis," Christian Ethics Today, June 1995.
- Marjorie Stinchcombe, Scott Walter, Christine Doane, Martin Morse Wooster, Bill Kauffman, eds., "Religious Conservatives Up Close II," The American Enterprise, November/December 1995. Scroll down to "David Kuo".
- "Effective Compassion," Policy Review: The Journal of American Citizenship, May-June 1996, Number 77.
- "The American Compass," Policy Review: The Journal of American Citizenship, May-June 1997, Number 83.
- "The Evans & Novak Interview: Sen. John Ashcroft," all politics/CNN, April 18, 1998.
- "Value America.com Names David Kuo Senior Vice President of Communications," Business Wire (FindArticles.com), June 4, 1999.
- "Ashcroft faces judiciary panel today," Associated Press (LubbockOnline.com), January 16, 2001.
- Carrie Johnson, "The Rise And Falling Out Of Value America," Washington Post, October 18, 2001.
- Lisa Getter "Showing Faith in Discretion. The Fellowship, which sponsors the National Prayer Breakfast, quietly effects political change. It acts with the blessing of many in power," Los Angeles Times (TooBeautiful.org), September 27, 2002.
- Alan Cooperman and Jim VandeHei, "Ex-Aide Questions Bush Vow to Back Faith-Based Efforts," Washington Post, February 15, 2005.
- Christy Harvey, Judd Legum and Jonathan Baskin, et al., "Losing Faith in Compassionate Conservatism," The Progress Report/Center for American Progress, February 15, 2005.
- "Poor People Stuff," The Revealer, February 15, 2005.
- J.K. Dickel, "Faith and Hopelessness," Mingle Until Departure Blog, February 15, 2005.
- "Out of Blue, ABC Hypes Attack on Bush's Faith-Based Initiatives," Media Research Center, February 16, 2005.
- E.J. Dionne, Jr., "Where's the Faith In This Agenda?" Washington Post, February 19, 2005.
- Jeremy Learning, "Love For Sale: Pastor Trades Endorsement For 'Faith-Based' Cash," The Wall of Separation Blog/Americans United for Separation of Church and State, May 3, 2005.
- Nick Turse, "Bush's Burgeoning Body Count. Fallen Legion II," TomDispatch.com, November 27, 2005. Intro by Tom Engelhardt.
- Sidney Blumenthal, "In Bush we trust. By pandering to Christian zealots, Bush has come close to establishing a national religious party. But reality is crashing in," Salon, March 23, 2006.
- Amy Sullivan, "Faith-Based Vacuum," Political Animal/The Washington Monthly, April 19, 2006.
- Russell Cobb, "Cracks in the Christian Ascendancy. Why it's too soon to panic about an American theocracy," Slate, June 27, 2006.
- Bill Berkowitz, "GAO report raises serious questions about Bush's Faith-Based Initiative", Media Transparency, August 2, 2006.
- John Aravosis, "Tucker Carlson: The Republicans hate evangelicals," AMERICAblog, October 10, 2006.
- Jonathan Larsen, "Exclusive: Book says Bush just using Christians. 'Tempting Faith' author David Kuo worked for Bush from 2001 to 2003," MSNBC, October 11, 2006. (Larsen is the producer of Keith Olbermann's Countdown.)
- John Amato, "Olbermann Exclusive: Dissecting new Book: Tempting Faith," Crooks and Liars, October 11, 2006. (WMV and QT formats).
- John Amato, "Tempting Faith: Christian Conservatives Duped by BushCo. Part II," Crooks and Liars, October 12, 2006. (WMV and QT formats).
- "BOOK EXCERPT: Rove Demands 'Just Get Me A F—ing Faith-Based Thing. Got it?'," Think Progress, October 12, 2006.
- Anthony Wade, "Deceived and Used, The GOP Leaves Christian America at the Altar of Corporatism," OpEdNews, October 12, 2006.
- Evan Derkacz, "Evangelical: Rove's office called evangelicals 'The Nuts'" (VIDEO), AlterNet, October 12, 2006: "New book says Bush 'mocking... millions of faithful Christians'... "
- Robert Marus, "In explosive book, former Bush official claims faith-based push was political," American Baptist Press, October 12, 2006.
- Peter Wallsten, "Book: Bush Aides Called Evangelicals 'Nuts'. White House advisors sought the support of conservative Christians but mocked them in private, writes a onetime administration official," Los Angeles Times, October 13, 2006.
- Jennifer Loven, "White House Denies Book's Allegations," Associated Press (Forbes), October 13, 2006.
- News Release: "Ministry Questions Timing of Anti-Bush Book; 'Tempting Fait' a Hit Piece on the White House's Faith-Based Initiative Program," Focus on the Family, October 13, 2006.
- Susan Jones, "Nice Try, Say Conservatives, About 'Nasty Republicans' Book," Cybercast News Service, October 13, 2006.
- "Focus On The Family's Response To Kuo Book," The Hotline Blog/National Journal, October 13, 2006.
- "White House Faith-Based Office Is 'Deplorable Sham' And Should Be Shut Down, Says AU's Lynn," BBSNews (Charlotte, NC), October 13, 2006.
- Michael Currie Schaffer, "Quack Whack. Just how powerful is Bush?" The National Review Online, October 13, 2006.
- "'Tempting Faith' in an Election Year," Christian Broadcasting Network, October 13, 2006.
- "Dobson responds to Kuo revelations," The Carpetbagger Report, October 13, 2006.
- Doug Thompson, "Go'ds gonna get the Bush boys for making fun of him," Capitol Hill Blue, October 13, 2006.
- Jamison Foser, Media Matters for America, October 13, 2006.
- Lee Russ, Op-Ed: "Rove: These (religious right guys) are my friends, they're not nuts," Watching the Watchers, October 13, 2006.
- Alan Cooperman, "Conservatives Rally Against Bush Aide-Turned-Critic. Exposé of White House Scorn for Evangelicals Is Disputed," Washington Post, October 14, 2006.
- Pamela Miller, "Professor rubs religious right the wrong way. Evangelical Christian's latest book takes shots at those in unholy union with conservative Republicans," ContraCostaTimes.com, October 14, 2006.
- Andrew Gumbel, "Rove 'described fundamentalist Christians as nuts'," The Independent (UK), October 14, 2006.
- Julian Borger, "Aide says White House mocked evangelicals. Administration accused of cynical ploy to win votes. Bush adviser denies he called supporters 'nuts'," Guardian Unlimited (UK), October 14, 2006.
- John Whiteside, "Faith, politics, and David Kuo," Blue Bayou Blog, October 15, 2006.
- Jake Tapper and Wendall Evans, "Ex-Bush Aide: White House Officials Called Evangelicals 'Ridiculous'. New Book, 'Tempting Faith', Accuses Bush Administration Officials of Bashing Evangelical Christians," ABC News, October 16, 2006.
- Richard Wolffe, "'Seduction of Christians'. Former Bush aide David Kuo explains why he wrote his controversial book critiquing the White House’s faith-based initiative—and why evangelicals should take a two-year 'fast' from politics," Newsweek (MSNBC), October 16, 2006.
- James Coomarasamy, "Bush aides 'mocked evangelicals'," BBC, October 16, 2006.
- John Farmer, "Easy marks for a White House con. The Bush team mocked evangelical Christians after winning their support, book says," The Star-Ledger (NJ), October 16, 2006.
- Thomas Hanson, "David Kuo Tell All - Bush Evangelical Supporters Taken for a Ride," Miami Poetry Review, October 16, 2006.
- Jason T. Christy, "David Kuo: An Addition to the Axis of Evil," The Church Report, October 16, 2006.
- "David Kuo: An Addition to the Axis of Evil," Christian NewsWire, October 16, 2006.
- Faiz Shakir, "Prominent Right-Wing Activist Smears Kuo As Member Of ‘Axis Of Evil’," Think Progress, October 16, 2006.
- Andrew Leonard, "Tempting faith, or fate?" Salon, October 16, 2006. Preview or subscription required.
- Justin Rood, "Bush: Get Me Some Compassion, Stat!" TPM Muckraker, October 16, 2006.
- Megan McCormack, "ABC's Cuomo and Tapper: Did the White House 'Mock' Christian Evangelicals?" NewsBusters, October 16, 2006.
- "Book: Bush aides called evangelicals 'nuts,' 'goofy'. Former White House 'faith-based' official says political advisers mocked Christians," WorldNetDaily, October 16, 2006.
- E.J. Dionne, Jr., "A Faith-Based Battle for Voters," Washington Post, October 17, 2006.
- Michael Rowland, "Republicans accused of ridiculing evangelicals," The World Today/ABC News (Australia), October 17, 2006.
- Chuck Baldwin, "Were Evangelicals Played for Suckers?" NewsWithViews, October 17, 2006.
- Joshua Green, "Take Two. How Hillary Clinton turned herself into the consummate Washington player," The Atlantic Monthly Online, November 2006.
- Bill Berkowitz, "Faith-based confidential: A new book from administration insider confirms faith-based initiative is little more than political patronage system", Media Transparency, October 20, 2006; WorkingForChange, October 27, 2006.