The Louisiana teacher's logic is that "if evolution was real, it would still be happening: Apes would be turning into humans today."
President Obama wished everyone a happy Kwanzaa. Ann Coulter decided to 'whitesplain' Kwanzaa to African-Americans and write a nice little racist article.
They want to put Bibles in schools but not actually read the damn things, and they want us to recite the Pledge of Allegiance but not actually listen to the damn thing
On Thursday morning, the day after Christmas, Republican Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina tweeted out a picture of one of her Christmas presents.
The glaring hypocrisy of those on the right, primarily conservative Christians, is they want Christ kept in Christmas during the Pagan winter holidays, but "abort Christ" from the policies and agendas they promote throughout the year.
The Religious Right’s reaction to Phil Robertson’s suspension is not only what Jesus expected out of his followers, but it has got me thinking once again about the politics of certainty.
I was reading this morning an article in The Atlantic, Our God-Given Constitutional Right to a Television Show detailing the “heart warming collection of affectionate and supportive notes sent by loving Christians” to writer Josh Barro “to save him from his sinful and murderous ways.” Josh Barro had the temerity to pen an article for Business Insider critical of Phil Robertson.
When conservatives say they want a "white" Christmas, they really mean they want a WHITE Christmas.
Fox News' Megyn Kelly pointed out that not only is Santa Claus white, but that Jesus was too. Apparently, she is unaware of where Jesus came from or what the Bible says.
If you want to know the reason for the season, you don't have to look back to Christ but past him.
It was a certainty that Republicans would use the recent good news on the economy, both GDP growth and job numbers, as a reason to find new ways to thwart the recovering economy and kill more jobs.
Sarah Palin's contention that Founding Fathers John Adams and Thomas Jefferson would join her in the war against the imagined war on Christmas is too much of an affront to American history.
Well, since we are now past Thanksgiving, Fox News and its website, Fox Nation, are now all in on the supposed War on Christmas.
Peter LaBarbera complains that people are "using Thanksgiving as an opportunity to be 'thankful for' developments that are decidedly ungodly"
"The war on Christmas is just the tip of the spear in a larger battle to marginalize expressions of faith and make America's true religious freedom just a thing of the past,"
Lapin says atheists are parasites and we'd be better behaved (do what conservatives want) if we acted like we had God looking over our shoulders
"There is a war on Christianity," he said, well ahead of the Christmas season. "Not just from liberal elites here at home, but worldwide."
Conservative Christians want to be able to spew hate and lies but for nobody to have the right to disagree with or refute them
Sarah Palin's upcoming book complaining about the commercialism of Christmas doesn't mean she's back. Palin is just doing a drive-by cash pick up from the easily exploitable.
However, as important as the message, 'peace on Earth, goodwill toward men' is to Christ's life and teachings, it is lost on a large segment of American Christians.
Conservative Christians despise atheism as being a subjective form of morality, ignoring the history of their own subjective belief system