I’m not one to simply post links, but look at this image, think about who’s not going to be rioting and killing innocent people because of it… … and then ask yourself, who’s making Islam look bad? Some filmmaker, or the crowds of zealots killing
There are real instances of religious discrimination. There’s no need for Jonathan Turley to go making up stories about threats to religious freedom. That’s just what he has done, however, with his dishonest and inaccurate article about United Nations Human Rights resolution 16/18.
How to Exasperate a Liberal #116: Try to use Government to Make People Use Your Religion’s Special Words
Don’t tell me, do not tell me that we cannot enforce laws against profanity, laws against blasphemy, laws against misusing the Lord’s name! — Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association, May 2011 Bryan Fischer, we cannot enforce laws against profanity (the uttering of words
September 30 was International Blasphemy Rights Day, and I forgot to do a goddamned thing to celebrate it. Aw, hell, there’s always next year. The Center for Inquiry marked the day by presenting the winner of its Protect Dissent video contest: Blasphemy is just one
As Robert Ingersoll once pointed out, “blasphemy” is a concept invented by priests to preserve ideas that can’t stand scrutiny on their own. To blaspheme, to tread upon the sacrosanct, is part of the regular maintenance plan of a free society, just like a stretch
I can’t stand the dramatic tension anymore. I happen to have a copy of the Koran in my house, so I’m going to go burn one in my backyard, just to get it over with.
Two and a half years ago, the country of Malaysia was all a-twitter when an image of Jesus Christ holding a can of beer in one hand and a cigarette in another appeared in a newspaper. Cries for swift government retribution filled the air, because
A year ago, Denver Atheists and Free Thinkers (DAFT) were preparing to rally for the separation of church and state. This weekend, DAFT notes the upcoming first-ever celebration of International Blasphemy Day. The Center for Inquiry has fixed September 30 as the date for International
I wondered – who could these people be protesting? Then, I saw this other protest sign: God Will Punish Us For This Blasphemy
If Apple is going to make a little computer phone for people to use, then it needs to people actually use the devices, and not be a corporate nanny listening in on every word to make sure that it complies with the moral codes of the pious and powerful.
This story, full of political relevance and human interest, is not being published in American newspapers. Why? Because it illustrates how the war in Afghanistan has not resulted in the liberation of the people there?