Tag Archives: religious intolerance

Truth knows no ideology or religion…and it serves no statesman or despot

The above graphic is a screen capture from Right Wing Watch, a website I’ve read for years. It’s much like every other day, when RWW chronicles the lies, deception, and… Read more »

“[I]nclusion is important…. I don’t know if that’s necessary. It’s just not in my belief system”

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A new billboard on I-25 is causing some controversy. The billboard on northbound I-25 near Montgomery tells people to “just skip church” and ‘”it’s all fake news!”… 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 »

Sorry, but your God doesn’t get to be my government

A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that a government prayer practice in North Carolina was unconstitutional because a local board of commissioners only allowed its elected representatives, all of… Read more »

“[A] practicing Muslim….cannot be a loyal citizen to the United States of America”

An unholy alliance of Islamophobic hate group members, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and armed anti-government militia members will rally against the nonexistent threat of sharia, or Islamic, law in the U.S… Read more »

Science looks at religious fundamentalism…and the fundamentalists aren’t going to like it

A new study published in the journal Neuropsychologia has shown that religious fundamentalism is, in part, the result of a functional impairment in a brain region known as the prefrontal… Read more »