Jim Rundberg begins his presidential campaign with a humble tone, explaining that he is campaigning in accordance with “the will of Almighty God”.
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?
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
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
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
A secretive theocratic group called The Family has provided the opportunity for Ben Carson to rise to prominence within the Republican Party. What does The Family expect from Carson in return?
It’s the day after the 2014 congressional elections, and the Republicans have trounced the Democrats. What does this mean for America? If a group of Mississippi Republicans has its way, it means African-Americans back in chains, and compulsory Christian worship for everybody. A few weeks
“Religious beliefs aren’t reasonable!” So said Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on October 7, 2014 — and he said it as if this was a compliment. Really, I’m not kidding. You can listen to Justice Scalia utter these words himself, in his questioning during arguments
First, there’s the good news: America will no longer need to wince at the speeches of Congressman Paul Broun. Broun lost the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Georgia this year, and won’t be running for re-election to the House of Representatives. Unfortunately, this reprieve
Today, a coalition led by the Ex-Muslims of North America is organizing a day of protest against what it calls Twitter Theocracy. Instead of standing up for free speech, Twitter has agreed to censor user accounts that the government of Pakistan regards as blasphemous. Twitter
Back in 2009, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas decided he’d had enough of Americans galavanting about, exhibiting the religion of their choice or no religion at all, willy-nilly, hither and thither, all around the town just as they saw fit. To correct this disturbing trend