Thomas Jefferson once hoped to liberate us from being trapped by beliefs not our own but the GOP has made trapping us the basis of their platform
The GOP stance on abortion hinges on religious dogma, not on science and even when science does enter the picture it is 18th century science
Two conservative Christian scholars team up to debunk Barton's The Jefferson Lies, exposing Barton's lies of commission and ommission and cherry picked evidence
In the Jefferson Lies (2012), David Barton lets loose a barrage of lies and invents terms to turn Thomas Jefferson into a non-racist, clergy-loving Christian
Jeffrey T. Kuhner of the Edmund Burke Institute, who last year accused President Obama of having “black nationalist sympathies” (whatever those are) wrote a column for the Washington Times on February 23, which he entitled Obama’s pseudo-religion, arguing that the “President’s secular moves” are “out of step with Judeo-Christian culture.” His claim is that “Mr. Obama is a radical leftist. Like all such extremists, he has nothing but contempt for traditional Christianity and the family.”
While speaking at Hampton University today, President Barack Obama did something subtle today. He took Thomas Jefferson and the actions of the Revolutionary War patriots away from the Tea Party and applied them to all America, "What Jefferson recognized, like the rest of that gifted generation, was that in the long run, their improbable experiment, America, wouldn't work if its citizens were uninformed."
The press fawned over Sarah Palin when she arrived at last night's Time 100 Gala, stepping over themselves to get a photo of the gal who refused to speak to them until they show "deference" to her as she was campaigning to be Vice President of America and has not yet held a press conference or taken unscreened questions from the press. Palin quoted Thomas Jefferson, whose prophetic quotes suggest he saw Palin coming.