A guest of Glenn Beck’s makes a wonderful post hoc fallacious statement with regard to a prayer day that happened two years before the end of the war.
by Justin Acuff •
Arizona contradicts itself with abortion statistics.
by Teeluck Sooknarine •
The ‘War on women’ is indeed alive and on going, do not be fooled…and don’t tread on me!
by Leah Taylor •
How protest turned into a life changing experience
by John Viall •
With the fielding of a Mormon and Catholic to their presidential ticket, deeper questions on Religion must be answered by the Republican Evangelical base.
Nixon vetoed the bill because he believed it gave too much power to employers and insurance companies over the health decisions of women.
If there was ever a case that proves once and for all why the Bible has never been and should never be the basis for American law, this is it.
Republicans believe that the only way their brand of Christianity can survive is if government and taxpayer money supports it and only it.
by Deborah Montesano •
Those who leave the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints often times find themselves isolated, so a group decided on leaving unified in solidarity, holding a mass exodus on Saturday.
Last time I checked, Jesus wasn’t a prick
Kansas is part of a 26 state coalition tasked to develop the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Among the forefront of these standards are natural selection and evolution.
Crazy Bryan Fischer Uses Global Warming To Accidentally Make The Case That Religion Is Crazy (VIDEO)
by Wendy Gittleson •
On one of last week’s shows, the extremely religious Bryan Fischer hosted the equally extremely religious Cal Beisner, who tried to discredit environmentalism by saying it was a religion.
According to a new Gallup Poll conducted in May, nearly half of Americans accept creationism as fact despite the overwhelming scientific evidence in support of evolution.
A Louisiana newspaper has printed a right-wing extremist group’s ad depicting a Catholic priest being murdered in 1920s Mexico and accusing President Obama of conspiring with Democrats to do the exact same thing to Catholics and Christians here in America.
Three anti-science bills that would have severely set back the education of students in Oklahoma died quietly last week when the legislative session came to an end.
Science scored a major victory in Missouri and Alabama last week as multiple anti-evolution bills died in the legislatures of both states.
On the last day of the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed a measure stating that employers and health plan providers do not have to cover contraception or abortion in health plans if such health services violate their religious convictions.
One high school principal failed to do his job, allowing a family to expose students to a graphic anti-abortion DVD comparing abortion to the Holocaust.
Arizona Governor Signs Bill Allowing Religious Employers To Restrict Women’s Access To Contraception
Clearly, Republicans in Arizona have a problem with women having reproductive rights. It is obvious that Republicans want to control what decisions women make regarding their own bodies. The question is, what are women in Arizona going to do about it?
Republicans have moved so far to the right that even Barry Goldwater would be considered a hard-core liberal.