Change can be difficult, but it’s often necessary. Just because you’ve been doing something for a long time doesn’t mean you should keep on doing it – especially if what you are doing isn’t legal.
“Bible Man” isn’t a super hero, but it seems he has the power to control the minds of the Jackson County (Ala.) School Board.
I came into the office early this morning so I could watch the National Prayer Breakfast on C-SPAN. I wish I had stayed in bed.
I know that there are thoughtful conservative commentators in the world, but I do have to wonder why, when it comes to issues of religion and church-state separation, so many of them go off the deep end.
The attitude of the Indiana Senate seems to be: if at first you can’t make a bill constitutional, try, try again.
A bill is advancing in the Indiana Senate that would “require the teaching of various theories concerning the origin of life, including creation science” in public schools.
Is the Bible the “word of God”? Pennsylvania House members apparently think so. They just passed a measure declaring exactly that.
The claim that public schools are “religion-free” zones is a Religious Right myth that has no basis in reality.