In 2012, Representative Pete Stark of California was the lone Congressional representative with the courage to speak at the Reason Rally, an assembly of people from across the country in Washington, DC to assert the right of political participation for people without religious faith. As Rep.
Do you think it’s possible to be good without believing in a god? Do you think our nation’s policies should be grounded in empirical evidence? Do you support the separation of church and state? If so, there’s a political demonstration in Washington, DC that stands
The Pew Center for Religion and Public Life just came out with the results of a survey that glances across some trends relating to the collision of Americans’ religious attitudes and 2016 presidential politics. Among the results of the survey is the finding that: –