In preparation for the Women in Secularism conference this May, this series reflects on some great women in secularism.
Today's Woman in Secularism: S.E. Cupp
"I'm a fan of George Bush, I think he had a conviction, personal principles
that require him to answer someone else when he went to bed at night... I don't
see the same kind of reverence in some of our other recent presidents, Barack
Obama and Bill Clinton included. That gives me comfort as a citizen, knowing
that my president is going to bed answering to a higher power ... I really
"I really aspire to be a person of faith one day"