High Noon At The (Not So) OK Corral: Texas Ed. Board Gang Wants To Shoot Down Accurate Social Studies Standards
Texas’ controversial social studies standards face a final vote this week, and it appears that far-right members of the state Board of Education aren’t done trashing them yet.
Earlier this week, we heard reports that someone had stolen the Latin cross that was the subject of the recent Supreme Court decision, Salazar v. Buono.
The last time we heard from Ergun Caner, the president of Liberty University’s seminary, he was riding around his Lynchburg, Va., campus on Election Day in a truck (accompanied by a GOP elephant made out of chicken wire) urging students to vote for Republican candidates.
What would a Religious Right-dominated America look like?
You can get a pretty good glimpse of that deplorable prospect from some recent activities in Jacksonville, Fla.
City officials in Miami, Okla., have an unusual plan for dealing with severe weather: They call on their official prayer team and ask God to ward it off.
Once again, Sarah Palin has got it all wrong.
It’s Friday and time for another quick roundup of stories about church-state separation and the Religious Right you might have overlooked in the media. Let’s get right to it.
The National Day Of Prayer: Despite Court Ruling, The Religious Right’s Public Piety Pageant Goes On
Today is the congressionally mandated National Day of Prayer (NDP), and despite a recent federal court decision ruling the day unconstitutional, it must still go on.