Tag Archives: religion

We’ll do everything we can to keep you alive…unless, of courses, you’re gay

A new rule being proposed by the Trump administration will shield health care workers — including doctors and EMTs — from being fired for refusing to do their job when… Read more »

The reason(s) for the season are worth remembering…and celebrating

Church sign truth. pic.twitter.com/MIQxafNC03 — TTB 🗿 (@ttsocb5) December 17, 2017 I’m good without God- an atheist, if you must attach a label- but I appreciate the holiday season for… Read more »

Welcome to This Is How Democracy Dies 101

Britain First threatening New York Times reporters now. This is where we’re at. pic.twitter.com/0lWTOfIphE — Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) December 1, 2017 Hatred and bigotry have been human failings… Read more »

Evangelical Christianity translated: “I don’t want no womenfolk telling me what to do.”

There is something uniquely pathetic about adult men whining that their religion allows them to be the boss of us, and not understanding why we might not be into that…. Read more »

Religion: The source of, and solution to, all of Mankind’s pressing problems

Earlier in November, Tweed Tastic owner Leona Rawlinson got an interesting package — a Bible, accompanied by a letter warning her that if she remains open on Sundays, some Christians… Read more »

If “Person of the Year” means the person who made the biggest impact….

Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named “Man (Person) of the Year,” like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview… Read more »

“[W]e must defend the religious liberty our founders enshrined in the First Amendment”

More than a decade after Rep. Pete Stark became the first sitting Congressman in modern history to come out as explicitly non-theistic (though he called himself a Unitarian), the now-retired… Read more »

What’s so funny about peace, love, and understanding?

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible to be kind, – The Dalai Lama Listening to people drone on at some considerable length about how much they hate political… Read more »

“I am more fearful of large gatherings of white men….”

Mayor Mike Rawlings of Dallas, the ninth-largest city in the country, said he is “more fearful” of armed white men than of alleged ISIS moles posing as Syrian refugees during… Read more »