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.
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.
A few Christians in NC caught wind of my complaints about the Good News Club’s unconstitutional access to kids at an elementary school. They’re not happy.
Pastor-in-Chief Mike Pence would have loved for this executive order on religious liberty to be expanded, but there was a key item left out.
The church/state watchdog group has warned an Indiana school that assisting the Good News Club will not be tolerated.
Even beyond that, they are voting on allowing public funds to be used for religious purposes.
There’s no doubt in my mind that many an ultraconservative is merely exploiting the extreme positions of their base. But without getting into how often members of our “leadership” crack a hymnal, let’s look at the bigger picture.
While the lawsuit does seek to address the school district’s blatant disregard for both a judge’s order and the law concerning promotion of religion in public schools, it’s only asking the court to award plaintiffs $1 each in damages (plus court costs). The lawsuit isn’t meant to bankrupt the district; rather, it’s meant to safeguard non-Christians from the tyrannical and often threatening Christians seeking to use public, taxpayer-funded institutions to proselytize their personal religious beliefs.
Some favorite tweets gathered as last night’s GOP Debate entertained the nation, for better or for worse.
On Tuesday, Ben Carson sent a message out to his supporters (or at least the addresses on his email list), and then launched a subsequent cheesy campaign, …