If these evangelicals in the Republican ranks had even the slightest clue how fortunate they are to live in a secular society they might rein in the perpetual sniping that their religious rights are being abridged by a secular government.
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
A powerful CEO of a giant corporation took the time to say what few others have; "There is something very dangerous happening in states across the country" of people using religion as a legislative weapon.
At a prayer breakfast, Duck Dynasty star, Phil Robertson fantasized aloud about an atheist family being raped, tortured, and murdered.
Think responsibly. If we lived in a fact-based world, and want those facts to matter, we should be less like Elisabeth Hasselbeck, not more
Donohue says, non-religious people "believe in no-holds-barred. They don't like the three dreaded words in the English language...thou shalt not"
It is astonishing, but the extremist Christian fundamentalists are basing their punitive power on the religious freedom guarantee in the First Amendment; with Supreme Court approval.
It is no great shock, then, that the religious right, staunch supporters of corrupt Republicans, are blatantly violating the law right up till Election Day and daring anyone to stop them because they know no-one will.
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 Catholics on the High Court made a serious error in ruling that any government prayers were constitutional.
One would think most Americans support the 14th Amendment's prohibition of unequal treatment under the law unflinchingly. Unfortunately, the religious right is intent on abolishing the concept of equality and rejects the idea that no American, or government entity,
This abomination masquerading as legislation is precisely what the religious right and career criminals have dreamt of throughout their pathetic lives.
Right wing Christians define their right to practice religion as forcing compliance of their beliefs on the rest of the population, and the religious right is counting on the judiciary to achieve their goals.
There is a simple solution that will satisfy the Christian churches and the secular groups suing for equality, and it is simply stripping the tax-exempt status from all churches.
The latest attempt by the religious right to circumvent the Constitution involves claiming that prohibiting teachers from teaching the bible as science infringes on their academic freedom.
Gallup reported recently that 77 percent of Americans believe "religion is losing its influence on American life."
Visiting Grandma should not carry with it the prerequisite of conversion
Conservative Christians despise atheism as being a subjective form of morality, ignoring the history of their own subjective belief system
I ask David Niose, author of Nonbeliever Nation, a few questions about his book and about recent events in both America and around the world
David Niose's timely book is not another look at the Religious Right; this call to arms is written for Secular Americans about secularism