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Republican Presidential Contender Bobby Jindal: Religious Law? Only if it’s My Religion.

Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal on people who want to impose Islamic legal standards on Americans:

“We do insist that folks should not come into our country and use the freedoms we give them to undermine the freedoms we grant to everybody. So in other words we shouldn’t tolerate those who want to come and […]

Republican Presidential Contender Mike Huckabee: It’s OK to Impose Religion… if it’s My Religion

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on people who want to impose Islamic religious law in the United States:

“We live in a country where people are free to be Muslim. They’re not free, however, to impose a Muslim law as if it were civil law.”

 

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on Kim Davis, who […]

Guess: in the past decade, has the Congressional Prayer Caucus grown or shrunk?

The Congressional Prayer Caucus is a group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate who are interested in maintaining government sponsorship of religious prayer, and who are organized to “use the legislative process – both through sponsorship of affirmative legislation and through opposition to detrimental legislation – to assist the nation […]

Big Gods Followed Development of Big Societies, Rather Than Building Them, Suggests Cross Cultural Study

When theocratic politicians preach at us that we all have to believe in God, to prevent our own society from falling apart, they’re telling a just-so story. We live in a democracy. We set up our society ourselves. […]

Ted Cruz Says Americans Are Free To Either Worship His God Or Worship His God

Ted Cruz believes that freedom of religion in the United States means freedom to worship his own god, but accuses Americans who want to be free from Christian prohibitions of waging jihad. […]

What Shining Hill Is That Republican City Built On?

Republicans like Ted Cruz have ignored the second part of John Winthrop’s metaphor of the emerging American nation as a shining city on a hill. Winthrop’s shining city was a much a warning as it was a prideful prophecy of American Exceptionalism. […]

For Immediate Release, Check Out Jim Rundberg For President

Jim Rundberg begins his presidential campaign with a humble tone, explaining that he is campaigning in accordance with “the will of Almighty God”. […]

Alan Errol Spears Declares Presidential Campaign With American Independent Party

The American Independent Party has served as a means for the advancement of cruel, regressive politicians in the past. Will it do so again in the presidential election of 2016? […]

Ben Carson Fans Seek To Use Government To Force Religion On You

This warning comes from the National Committee To Draft Ben Carson, the dominant organization preparing for Ben Carson’s 2016 presidential campaign: “We have to understand that Freedom of Religion must never be allowed to be a mandate for Freedom from Religion.”

Let’s be clear about what this policy position means: Ben Carson’s supporters want to […]

10 Moral Suggestions Chosen By Panel Of Atheist Judges

These days, you’ll hear a lot of bluster about “The Ten Commandments”, a group of supposedly divine commands that mythology says are thousands of years old. The truth is that there is no single authoritative list of what The Ten Commandments actually are. There’s no list in any ancient Christian or Jewish scripture that is […]

Pastor Calvin V. French Delivers Political Speech In The US Senate Advocating Theocracy

Calvin V. French, Pastor of the Community of Christ Church, called it a prayer, but it was clearly a political speech, castigating U.S. senators to place themselves under the authority of Christian religious authorities. He lectured, standing on the very center of the United States Senate this week, “Almighty God, we come as children in […]