When it comes to government, the only thing we should worship is the Constitution.
by Rika Christensen •
David French is a Senior Counsel at the right-wing American Center for Law and Justice, and recently tried thumping his Bible to defend pro-gun views.
I fully expect a lawsuit to be brought against the school board for ‘religious persecution’ or some such nonsense.
by Wendy Gittleson •
Taking away women’s reproductive rights is about control and so is this Pennsylvania bill. It’s no wonder that Republicans are so infatuated with rape.
by Lorelei •
Conservatives have a right to believe as they wish, but when they are wrong, no one else is obligated to accept their nonsense.
by Nathaniel Downes •
Democratic platform based on policy, not religious dogma, results in confusion for Dominionists.
by Nathaniel Downes •
The educational bill the Louisiana Governor signed into law opens up the door to religious groups, but does he understand what that means?
As the Dominionist movement marches on, it tramples science and rationality under its boot. Public Education is eroded to weaken our resistance to the message of the Dominionist and a new, terrifying worldview, where faith replaces thought, is supplanting reality.
A brief history of Christian Dominionism, an overview of their methods of entrapment and a look at what motivates their followers to embrace a world of fear and anger.
What is Christian Dominionism? It’s exactly what it sounds like: a world dominated by Christianity. Not just under the control of Christianity but completely and utterly dominated by it.
Florida GOP Considers Bill Which Would Allow Student Government To Vote For School Prayer Over Objection Of Religious Minorities
School sponsored prayer has been unconstitutional for years, but a new bill in the Florida Senate would circumvent the Constitution by allowing student government to vote for the kind of school prayer they want over the objections of religious minorities.
Which part of ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion’ is not clear?
Can a church fire an employee for becoming disabled? The Supreme Court seems to think so.
by Bryian Revoner •
Only a jive turkey would criticize President Obama’s Thanksgiving Day speech because he didn’t mention God enough or at all, whichever makes the conservative rooster crow the loudest!