Look at all the things wrong in America right now from the real obvious: poverty, lack of healthcare, crime, education, unemployment, to the less obvious: pollution of both our air and drinking water, the effects of global warming on our weather patterns.
The GOP stance on abortion hinges on religious dogma, not on science and even when science does enter the picture it is 18th century science
Discredited psychologist and anti-gay "expert" Paul Cameron, claims that Obama is gay and that gays must be imprisoned before they kill kids
Did you ever stop to wonder why Throckmorton and Coulter's Getting Jefferson Right is being favorably reviewed at a liberal news site and not at the Blaze?
Two conservative Christian scholars team up to debunk Barton's The Jefferson Lies, exposing Barton's lies of commission and ommission and cherry picked evidence
Look at all the things wrong in America right now and then look at the GOP solutions since 2010. You will see they have no intention of fixing any real problems
Fundamentalists are crying oppression because the U.S. Air Force has decided that as of Oct 1 the Bible is not a required item at lodging facilities on its bases
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat claims that America's problems stem from bad religion - heresy - without looking at the problems caused by orthodoxy
The Republican assault on American liberties has continued in 2012 with continued emphasis on the reproductive rights of women and women's health
America's liberty is being eroded by religious and corporate fundamentalists who demand strict adherence to specific dogmata in combination with attacks on perceived threats to their dominance.
The GOP doesn't want to study history but to construct a theological narrative that re-purposes history to be more useful to present needs
Michele Bachmann, who knows nothing about the Constitution, is going to recruit others who know nothing about the Constitution to teach it to members of Congress
Conservative Christians fear for this country and its future (that should be read as their privileged position in this country). They seem uncertain as to what the answer is. Do they vote? Do they pray? Do they just scream a lot and stomp their little feet?
A civil war among evangelical Christians has broken out over some evangelicals’ participation with Glenn Beck’s Rally conservative rally in Washington this weekend, but as evangelicals are on the defense about setting aside their spiritual conviction to join Beck on what they see as a shared political agenda.
Many on the Left claim that we should ignore Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin; they believe that speaking out against them is giving them free publicity and helping more than hurting them. I’m not one of those who agree with the silent treatment. If we surrender the argument, we also let people like Palin and Beck dictate the outcome. That isn’t acceptable.
By Kate Kelland
LONDON (Reuters) – The emails, tweets and blog posts in the “abuse” folder that Michael Sharpe keeps on his computer continue to pile up. Eight years after he published results of a clinical trial that found some patients with chronic fatigue syndrome can get a little better with the right talking and exercise therapies, the Oxford University professor is subjected to almost daily, often anonymous, intimidation.
By Lesley Wroughton
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Thirty-two prominent former U.S. diplomats and 11 aid groups on Monday urged U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo not to eliminate a key State Department refugee bureau, warning that the move would be “an error of grave proportion.”
During Thursday’s Energy and Commerce Committee hearing many Republicans rushed to the defense of embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, to the surprise of exactly no one.
Texas’ Joe Barton bemoaned that “<Pruitt is> not the first person to be the victim of -for lack of a better term- Washington politics,” while David McKinley of West Virginia clucked that this morning’s hearing was a “classic display of innuendo and McCarthyism.”
Republican Representative David McKinley of West Virginia lectured Democrats about “civility” and called the Congressional hearing into EPA Chief Scott Pruitt’s ethics charges a “classic display of innuendo and McCarthyism” during a House hearing into Pruitt’s many pending investigations.
U.S. Republican party lawmakers warned on Friday that President Donald Trump’s legislative deal with Democrats to help hurricane victims and keep the government running for another three months could complicate his next big priority - tax reform.