One of the most foolish arguments the Religious Right uses against church-state separation is that the concept is communistic.
The nation's Religious Right leaders may still be hunting for an appropriately far-right candidate to get behind in the 2008 presidential election, but until that special someone is found they'll continue to rely on bashing gays to motivate their supporters to the polls.
It looks like some officials in the military just can't grasp that fact that freedom of belief means all beliefs – even those they personally dislike.
Focus on the Family founder James C. Dobson has made it clear once again that he does not think much of the presidential candidacy of former Tennessee senator Fred Thompson.
Education officials in Red Wing, Minn., have put on hold a plan to have a local American Indian leader offer blessings at four public schools.
James Carroll, author of the best-selling book Constantine's Sword: The Church and the Jews, has strong opinions about the dangers Christian fundamentalism presents not just to the United States but to the world.
Today is the 220th birthday of the United States Constitution. On a day when people across the country will (hopefully) pause to reflect on our nation's governing charter, we'd like to draw your attention to an often-overlooked clause in the penultimate article.
For years, civil liberties activists have worked to warn public school officials about a Bible curriculum offered by a group called the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS).