It appears that the state of Louisiana has come finally come to its senses when it comes to science education.
Just in case anyone is wondering, allow me to state, for the record, that Americans United for Separation of Church and State does not support the imposition of Islamic law on anyone in this country.
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) is not happy this holiday season.
He feels his religious beliefs have been snubbed now that his hometown has taken the word “Christmas” out of its seasonal parade and exchanged it for the word “holiday.”
Every now and then you read a smackdown that can only be called definitive.
Did you send a contribution to the Castleton United Methodist Church in Indianapolis so it could buy a new heating and cooling system?
You may think you didn’t – but you did. More accurately, your leaders in Washington, D.C., did it for you.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear thinks it’s a good idea for his state to be the home of Noah’s Ark – one that will include dinosaurs!
It’s the first day of December, which means Christmas is coming up soon – and you know what that means: Yep, it’s time for the Religious Right and its allies to celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace by lying about our public schools.