Matt Barber of liberty counsel celebrates non-existent victories while looking for SCOTUS to let us do what Jesus said not to do
"America was founded on the principle of religious freedom." It's just a shame he thinks only corporations have that freedom
Republican and Religious Right damage-control over Indiana's RFRA is chaotic and entertaining, and as dishonest as the day is long
The only thing keeping Republicans in power right now is money, and they'll tell any lies to hold onto that money.
In fact, the separation of church and state is something quintessentially American. Americans invented the idea, after all
You don't have to approve of a religion to understand and accept that every religion is on equal footing in the United States
Republicans and religious conservatives detest the 14th Amendment for myriad reasons, but chief among them is the guarantee of equal rights for Americans not in the biblical mold championed by Neo Christians; single mothers, atheists, Muslims, non-compliant Christians, and particularly gays.
Jody Hice's new "Big Idea" is that state-sponsored religion, forbidden by the First Amendment, will put an end to government tyranny.
The United States Air Force, itself sworn to "support and defend the Constitution," cannot abide by, support, or defend either the First Amendment or Article VI and rejected an atheist airman's attempt to reenlist to serve and defend his country unless he swears a religious oath.
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled anti-choice protesters can harass women going into clinics. Should liberals likewise protest this way?
This abomination masquerading as legislation is precisely what the religious right and career criminals have dreamt of throughout their pathetic lives.
As we approach the end of 2013, it seems that Court may decide to undertake another key case in the New Year that will provide it with an opportunity to reverse its gradual and unconscionable determination that the Bill of Rights extends to DBAs.
Scott Lively claims he is being persecuted for persecuting LGBT persons, but he thinks his own crimes are excused by the Bible
None of the so-called leaders of the Republican Party have made any attempts to tamp down the seditious rhetoric inciting civil war, revolution, or violent action against the government.
One of the hallmarks of so-called hard-right 'patriots' is their immutable adherence to the Constitution and all of its tenets, and yet they reserve the most important right, that of free speech, for themselves.