A Kentucky lawmaker seems to have given church-state separation advocates an early holiday gift: a promise not to push creationism in 2013.
If you’re like me, your email inbox often contains items of a questionable nature. Despite spam filters, I still get the occasional message from a Nigerian government official offering me millions or notice that I’ve won a European lottery that I never entered.
More trouble on the religion-and-healthcare front.
For those who value church-state separation and responsible health care, there is a growing issue with partnerships between public institutions and religiously affiliated hospitals.
Good Grief!: Elementary School Reluctantly Cancels Field Trip To See ‘Merry Christmas Charlie Brown’
Like Lucy pulling away her football just before Charlie Brown can kick it, an Arkansas church has canceled a production of “Merry Christmas Charlie Brown” that was to be shown to public elementary school students this week.
Back in 2007, U.S. Sen.
Miami, Fla., is a major American city with extraordinary diversity. Why in the world would its elected leaders want to impose religion on its citizenry?
Many things drive me crazy about creationists but a major one is how they pretend to be great advocates of scientific inquiry and learning when in reality, those are the farthest things from their minds.