Through its “Fusion Center” program, the military and civilian wings of the United States government have been disseminating classified information on Americans collected through warrantless wiretapping programs to state officials, local sheriffs, town and county governing bodies and various private corporations. In turn, these local officials and private corporations have been amassing their own data […]
Six days out, the Democratic Party has definitively shoved Bill Richardson’s speech of Thursday, August 28 down the memory hole. The DNC spent nearly a week simply pretending that Richardson didn’t give a speech, not including Richardson’s speech at all in its list of convention speeches.
This morning, I see that the Democrats have […]
Knock off the “God-given” line, Governor Kaine. When it comes to real equality, no divine being has done jack. It’s up to we the people of the United States of America, through our democratically-elected government, to do that. […]
You know, the speeches given at the 2008 Democratic National Convention are not casual affairs. They’re not idiosyncratic expressions of individual notions. They’re read, re-read and carefully vetted by committees of Democratic Party bureaucrats to ensure that the ideas expressed in them are consistent with the message and tone the DNC wants to convey. So […]
Pardon me, but did that headline upset you?
All right, no, she didn’t say that. But imagine if she did. Imagine if in her August 2008 DNC speech Hillary Clinton said the following:
That is our duty, to build that bright future, and to teach our children that in America there is no chasm too […]
So, there is no chasm, no barrier, no ceiling that can stop those who seek rise through the ranks of government – except if you don’t have faith in God? People who don’t worship Hillary Clinton’s God will be kept out of public office? […]
The Democratic National Convention prayer last night shouted, “May the work of this convention provide hope for all people of God in the nation.” Hope for the people of God? What about the rest of us? What about the millions of Americans who are not “people of God”? […]
It’s a small silver lining, but now atheists do share one thing: The need to come together for the sake of mutual defense. We don’t have a political party that will speak up for our rights. We need to speak for ourselves. […]
According to the Constitution of the United States of America, the government is supposed to be uninvolved in matters of religion, and leave belief up to individual personal conscience. However, as of 2008, the Democratic Party will no longer support that position. […]
I do not want to get over being disrespected and treated as a second-class citizen by the increasingly faith-based Democratic Party. I want the Democratic Party to get over with their discrimination and insults against nonreligious Americans. When the Democrats do that, I won’t have anything to get over, and I’ll be able to get about my business without having to make a fuss. […]