A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
Now we can add Chinese tariffs to the list of special treatment that Christians request and usually get in this country — a nation that’s supposed to not favor any religion over another.
The unsurprisingly small organization called Republican Atheists has crafted a Facebook post about LGBTQ Pride Month that has its own members scratching their heads.
An elementary school in Florida was caught promoting the Good News Club and a prayer function. Their reaction? Cover it up.
After an FFRF complaint about a Christian flag at a TX school, 3 students attached flags to their trucks. If you ask Todd Starnes though, it was a ‘convoy.’
At a town hall on Friday, Tim Walberg told Michigan constituents that if climate change is a real issue, God will fix it.
Why does Todd Starnes still have a platform? Oh right, because millions of deplorables still eat up his Christian persecution, anti-Muslim, anti-atheist, homophobic, transphobic, “everyone is bad but old fat Christian white guys” rhetoric.
The church/state watchdog group has warned an Indiana school that assisting the Good News Club will not be tolerated.
Well, I guess you win, Wittenburg. You’ve successfully covered up your violation of the Constitution and have hidden your illegal activity. Except…
This could be one of the clearest and best-documented church-state violations I’ve found involving the Good News Club in elementary schools.