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Self-Pity At CPAC: ‘Time To Make Christians A Protected Class’

While they’re at it, shouldn’t that also include white men? Dana Loesch found herself once again leading the poor, downtrodden, picked on conservative Christians’ bandwagon at this year’s CPAC. You’ve just gotta’ love the entire premise of this panel — which included right wing columnist Cal Thomas, right wing hate talker Dana Loesch, hate group, […]

Republicans in Idaho say the state should be declared “Judeo-Christian” as a means of returning to constitutional roots and the Founding Fathers’ visions, and they’ve pressed forward with a resolution to do just that – albeit symbolically only. The resolution was due for vote by the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee and was nonbinding. But […]

Fair and balanced. The bill, authored by Oklahoma Rep. Dan Fisher, designates a total of 58 documents that “shall form the base level of academic content for all United States History courses offered in the schools in the state.” Many of the texts are uncontroversial and undoubtedly covered by the Advanced Placement U.S. History course, […]

The battle to remove “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance in New Jersey is over. When an unidentified New Jersey family sued the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District in February 2014, they claimed the the phrase “under God” was discriminatory. The American Humanist Association took the case and told the court that the pledge violated […]

Doesn’t State Rep James VanHuss have anything better to do, like legislation that might actually help people’s lives? Maybe name a state bird or something? House Joint Resolution 71 would add a line reading, “We recognize that our liberties do not come from governments, but from Almighty God, our Creator and Savior.” VanHuss’ colleague, Rep. Jerry […]

Because that’s what will fix those criminals. The historic national proclamation will be put on the courthouse façade and in the entrance that faces out to the street. Though a religious phrase being placed on a government building is seen by many as controversial, Gaston County commissioner Joe Carpenter said he and his colleagues simply […]

Via Anomaly at FreakOutNation: Tennessee State Rep. Jerry Sexton (R-Y’all Qaeda) wants to add the Bible to the state symbols of Tennessee. The Bible would be “designated as the official state book” if his proposal passes. Because, focusing on poverty, health care and the economy in Tennessee isn’t as important as making the poverty-stricken state […]

Tamara Scott is part of the Republican National Committee and also Concerned Women for America. “When the prayer came out in the ‘70s, and that’s one of the things that I prayed for last week in Louisiana with 6,000 people, repentance, because we as a church should never have let that happen, we should never […]

Because that’s the job of schools. It’s the Gideon Bible, which lets students know just which Bible they should be reading. The administration says that they will place a sign where the Bibles are located that says “Please feel free to take one,” followed by “These materials are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Henry […]

But I bet he loves the Constitution. Please “like” us on Facebook Now read this:Christian Mom Furious After Seeing Satanic Symbol In School Bus Lights (Jan 17, 2015) Muslim Groups Urge Peaceful Response To Charlie Hebdo Cover (Jan 14, 2015) Muslim Mayor: If You Don’t Like Freedom, ‘F*ck Off’ (Jan 13, 2015) Should This ‘Pastor’ […]

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