“Our country was founded on Judeo-Christian values.” – Martha Zoller, Republican candidate for Congress
“This Constitution is our National Foundation – and is a product of our Founders’ Judeo-Christian values and faith.” – Marty McClendon, Republican candidate for Congress
“We must begin again to teach the history of our country and of the founding principles [...]
Any new political organization ought to be leading us away from the prejudices that have dominated American politics in the past, rather than exploiting them for its own political purposes. We Need Smith fails this test. [...]
It seems that, in Alabama, faith-based education has led to a strange alternative interpretation of history, and of interpretation of the law. [...]
The Campaign for American Values is a Super PAC, and as such, it likes to keep a lot of secrets. There are a few things that the Campaign for American Values is up front about, however, and those include its agenda, which is to… uh… support American values.
What are American values, anyway?
The United [...]
Congressman Matt Salmon voted AGAINST a bill to eliminate 4.4 trillion dollars in federal spending, but now says that we can fix the federal debt by eliminating the tiny budget of the National Endowment for the Humanities. [...]
Charisma News says that the USA needs to recover its Christian heritage. That heritage includes digging up rotting corpses and putting them on trial. [...]
Matilda Joslyn Gage was an abolitionist, an advocate for Native American rights, a Women’s Rights Movement leader, and a prominent freethinker. [...]
Can anyone find any evidence that would stand up in a court of law today to substantiate the accusation that Athénaïs de Montespan and Étienne Guibourg killed babies as sacrifices in Satanic rituals in the time of King Louis XIV? [...]
Ten facts they don’t tell children about Halloween. [...]
The following is a poem written by a 6th grade student in 1962. I found it yesterday in a stack of papers left behind in a garage by a teacher, who died decades ago.
Oh, to be an atom Having so much power. Why, when a single neutron hits me Boom! How the people cower!
A sampling of silly diplomacy from the early 1970s. [...]