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(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 22, 2011 Psalm 109 Imprecatory Prayer Case to Go Forward in Texas
Friday's ruling by the Court of Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas means that it will now be up to jury to decide if recklessly issuing imprecatory prayers against an individual or individuals is a potential incitement to violence or protected free speech.
(2 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 15, 2011 The 'Gamble Report' -- A Defeat for Mikey Weinstein and His Forces of Satan?
In its latest attempt to give the appearance of concern about complaints of religious intolerance, the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) recently conducted a five-day "investigation" that (big surprise) found that there were no problems at all, save for the occasional minor incident that could always be resolved at the lowest level.
(2 comments) SHARE Wednesday, May 2, 2012 Pseudo-Historian David Barton's New Jefferson Book is a Load of Crap -- and a Bestseller
Anyone who saw Jon Stewart's interview of Christian nationalist pseudo-historian David Barton on The Daily Show last night probably noticed something missing -- there was almost no discussion about what's actually in Barton's new book, The Jefferson Lies. After the interview last night, I feel like I need to put out something today, so I'm posting the video I made when I first got the book.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, September 30, 2011 Air Force Academy Was Against Chief Of Staff's Religious Neutrality Edict Before It Was For It
As late as September 26, the leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy was still unwilling to distribute a watershed memorandum issued by Air Force Chief of Staff General Norton Schwartz on "Maintaining Government Neutrality Regarding Religion." Then, on September 27, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) posted the entire text of the memorandum on a nice big billboard at a very busy in Colorado Springs.
SHARE Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Charter Schools in New Jersey -- We Want a Vote!
Currently, New Jersey residents and local school boards have absolutely no say in whether or not a charter school can be established in their towns. If the state's commissioner of education approves a charter school, a local school board just gets slapped with a bill from the state for the tuition of the charter school students, forcing them to take that money away from the conventional public schools.