Corrogan R. Vaughn bitterly attacks equality between heterosexual and homosexual Americans, writing that, “LIFE! LIBERTY! AND THE PURSUIT Of HAPPINESS in NO WAY gives anyone the right to invoke the perversion of fallen empires like the Roman Empire or Saddam or Gamora.” […]
If a vulnerable family in need appeared at your door, would you help? Our would you turn them into the cold?
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee would turn them away. As J. Clifford points out, Mike Huckabee promised in 2008 that he’d take away citizenship from American-born babies if they had non-citizen parents. Wrong blood […]
We see with the case of the Child Evangelism Fellowship that religion helps children to gain a sense of purpose in their lives – and to force that sense of purpose on other children. […]
I have found God!
The Boston Globe is reporting that God has stolen a landscaping truck and driven it through the glass windows of the lobby of the headquarters of ABC TV affiliate WMAR in Baltimore, Maryland. God, wearing a backpack, then left the truck and forced His way into the WMAR news studio, where […]
The morning after the 2012 elections saw a starkly changed American landscape, changed in a very literal sense as large sections of the North American landmass collapsed into the ocean.
As the dawn rose over the United States of America, it quickly became apparent that the entire states of Maine (where voters approved same-sex marriage […]
It would be nice if the initiative in Minnesota were voted down, and the other initiatives were approved, but such a result would not be ideal. The legal rights of American citizens shouldn’t be approved or discarded by voters. They’re constitutionally established, not a matter for popular referenda. […]
States that prohibit atheists from holding public office have a higher average rate of poverty (15.4%) than states that allow atheists to hold public office (13.1%). […]
Natasha Pettigrew was killed this week, but the voters of Maryland can do justice to her cause by giving serious consideration to the Green Party candidate that will be chosen to replace her on the ballot next week. […]
This should be talked about more than it will be.
Maryland Green Party nominee for the U.S. Senate Natasha Pettigrew was killed today. She wasn’t walking her talk: she was riding it, riding her bicycle as a means of transportation. She was hit and killed by a massive sport utility vehicle driven by someone who […]
Summary of the results of Maryland’s 2010 congressional primaries. […]