Drowning in evidence, Cruz denies there is evidence, and then claims if we say he "denies" it we're proving climate change is a religion
Ben Carson said Sunday that Muslims with nukes tip the world toward the biblical "end of days," not religious fanatics like him
Theodore Shoebat wants a "collectivisit society" to kill those non-Christians who don't respect Christianity, and of course, all gay people
The Republican Party has taken America for a nightmare ride, but this did not just happen overnight. We - Americans - let it happen
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
The Pope's bible, the rule book containing every single one of god's utterances, plainly says to obey the government authorities, period
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
Jindal has refused to expand Medicaid in Louisiana, depriving thousands of healthcare, but says Planned Parenthood disrespects human life
Conservatives want you to believe that American history consists of the mighty white Northern European male imposing his will on a continent
Bill Maher poked the Religious Right's persecution myth full of holes. Joseph Farrah's attempt to discredit Maher only discredits himself
This is not an epistle of despair, but more of a secular gospel of hope, and a plan for positive change that can come about only through a revolution in thinking
But now, the Texas-size extremism is spreading to Arizona and it includes Texas-style armed biker thugs, conspiracy theorists, and anti-Muslim sentiments that set Texas apart as right-wing extremist central.
It is curious that so many Americans were surprised over the revelations that a religious conservative idol is guilty of molesting his sisters, or that Republicans embraced the FRC's icon they must have at least suspected was a fraud. In fact, the close relationship between Republicans, the FRC, and Josh Duggar was a match made in heaven.
Once again Republicans show they haven't read their Bibles - or their Constitution - before they start legislating Jesus into law
Father Jonathan Morris took to Fox & Friends to push fear of eternal damnation while ignoring the Constitution's No Religious Test Clause
Dr. Richard Land calls opposing persecution of others "ugly...thuggish...brutish. It's the totalitarian left in all of its ugly face."
Both Republicans and so-called sovereign citizens are citizens and subject to federal authority. If not, we should rethink deportation laws
Fox & Friends wonders if students learned that the Qur'an says to kill nonbelievers, ignoring that their Bible says the exact same thing
Yes, actually exercising your First Amendment right to have your own beliefs is a "huge concern" with "spiritual ramifications" in Iowa
Jesus valued women and saw the need for money. Republicans value money and see little need for women beyond the need for sex