Prominent critic of church-state separation and Religious Right darling U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is back in the news.
Commencement Clash Ceases (For Now): Conn. School Board Won’t Appeal Court Ruling Barring Church-Based Graduation
There’s good news out of Enfield, Conn.: The school board has decided not to appeal a federal court ruling barring them from holding their high school graduations in a large evangelica
Should religion be politicized? Polls show that the vast majority of Americans don’t think so.
Unfortunately, an aggressive contingent of Religious Right activists disagrees.
In the wake of the Texas State Board of Education’s vote adding “Christian nation” baloney and other far-right concepts to social studies standards, there has been much speculation about how other states might be affected.
“God Hates Showoffs.”
That was the message on a sign in the crowd at yesterday’s meeting of the Exeter Union (Calif.) High School District.
California seems to be the breeding ground for lots of new ideas – some good and some not so good.
Another Friday is here, and it’s time for our semi-regular feature of news about church-state separation and the Religious Right that you might have missed. Be warned, some of the stories this week are about sex!
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s attempt to inject sectarian bias into the U.S. military has been shot down, at least for now.