Monthly Archive:: September 2007
Evangelical Christians are threatening to run their own third-party candidate if Rudy Giuliani becomes the Republican nominee: The group making the threat, which came together Saturday in Salt Lake City during a break-away gathering during a meeting of the secretive Council for National Policy, includes Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family, who is
Quick Hit: The latest edition of the Carnival of the Godless is up at A Load of Bright.
It appears Texas does have a problem with voter fraud. Check out the following video for actual footage of fraudulent voting (via Hell’s Handmaiden):
And no, it’s not your local wingnut faction that’s stated such. It’s Verizon – one of the leading cell phone companies. Verizon recently denied it’s customers access to NARAL’s text messaging program because it has a policy that deems abortion to be a “unsavory” and “controversial” subject not fit for it’s customers. It should be
Anyone care to guess why? (via Right Ring Watch)
Just a quick hit to point out an excellent post by Alonzo Fyfe of Atheist Ethicist that puts what’s going on in Iraq into perspective: It has been four years since the French had helped the Americans defeat King George III. Since then, living conditions in America have changed considerably. For one thing, the French
If there’s one thing that ticks the Christians off lately it is what they consider the “unfair” verbal butt whipping of the alleged “nice” Christians. They often can’t seem to understand why anyone would treat them in the same manner as the explicitly hateful Christians. Well, speaking directly for myself – here’s a pretty damned
There’s a dispute going on over in India in relations to a land bridge Hindus are insisting was built by Lord Ram. In response to the hoopla a few politicians have made smart-ass remarks regarding Lord Ram’s formal education. And much like the Christians here in America, Hindus are claiming they are being victimized by
Need a reason why the Bible and all other religious texts should be kept at home/church and out of schools? Here’s one for you. A professor has apparently been fired for using the Bible academically in his western civilization class after being threatened with a lawsuit for telling a student outside of class that he
Here’s a video clip of Bill Maher stating that it’s about time for us “rationalists” to start taking the religious views of politicians into consideration before casting our votes: If candidates make their personal beliefs a part of their campaign, should they not be judged for the nature of those beliefs? I say they should.