Apparently, 5 days in jail did little more than embolden the newly crowned martyr to thumb her nose at Judge Bunning's condition of release
Obama said Sunday that "our religious freedom doesn't grant us the freedom to deny our fellow Americans their constitutional rights."
The Religious Right had a bad week with Constitution. You wouldn't think people could be this, well, dirt stupid, but they can, and they are
Based on a fantasy version of the US Constitution, the Religious Right hails Kim Davis as a Savior and Gives her a Medal for Bigotry
The group said, "This judge needs to be put on notice that this sort of behavior is not going to be accepted and we'll be there to stop it"
Franklin Graham says that by imposing her religion on other people, the Rowan County clerk is "Fighting for religious freedom for all of us"
Red State's Erick Erickson thinks its a given there will be a civil war over marriage equality; he just doesn't have any goods reason for it
GOP presidential candidates seeking to burnish their homophobic resumes, are rallying to the cause of jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.
Barton says the Founding Fathers were all about God's law trumping man's. The problem is, the idea is nowhere found in the U.S. Constitution
Deputy clerk Brian did his job on Friday morning, and Rowan County Kentucky began issuing its first marriage
Religious nuts hate being mocked and laughed at when they say catastrophically stupid things, but that's freedom of speech, not persecution
Kim Davis continued to refuse to issue marriage licenses on Tuesday morning, a day after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected her appeal.
We have been hearing for a long time that the Religious Right is dead; demographics or not, I'll believe it when I see it lying in the road
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has denied a gay couple a marriage license for the 3rd time.
By the time children step foot in school again this fall, it will have been two years since Pope Francis cautioned that the Church had become “obsessed” with abortion, gay marriage and contraception.
It is a sad fact of life that there are some human beings who cannot exist without expressing animosity, or worse, deep and extremely emotional dislike directed against individuals, groups or ideas. Indeed, hatred is nearly always associated with feelings of intense anger, unwarranted disgust and an unhealthy pre-disposition towards hostility and violence. It is no mystery why many Americans are flummoxed over the behavior and violent expressions of hatred originating in the evangelical Christian movement, particularly when their religion’s namesake, Jesus Christ, preached and commanded his followers to be compassionate, forgiving, charitable, and tolerant to the point of having overwhelming love for their fellow man.
Evangelical Republicans hate America with religious passion because the Founding Fathers did not create a Christian theocracy
Bart Barber argues that it is "too late to prevent this nation's social experimentation by way of the removal of sexual taboos."
You can legitimately pooh-pooh Santorum and his chances of winning elected office ever again in his lifetime but he is now just a voice in the choir
Beck, spokesman for patriarchal control, says "the [gay] agenda is control and the destruction of anyone else who disagrees,"