Religion

Religion, Education and The State

Religion, Education and The State

Northwest Rankin High School in Flowood, Mississippi is under fire for allegedly forcing its students to attend and listen to Christian lectures during three assemblies held in April alone. Worse yet, students were barred from leaving and teachers...

The Metaphysical Temper Tantrum of Islamic Terrorism

The Metaphysical Temper Tantrum of Islamic Terrorism

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., says it is time for the U.S. to stop being politically correct and focus its search on radical Islamists in Muslim communities. King tells Politico.com that while most Muslims are not terrorists, the international base for...

Obama’s Pro-Islamic Rewriting of American History

Obama’s Pro-Islamic Rewriting of American History

Barack Obama said the following at a recent White House dinner: Of all the freedoms we cherish as Americans, of all the rights that we hold sacred, foremost among them is freedom of religion, the right to worship as we choose.  It’s enshrined in...

Mysticism is Alive in America

Mysticism is Alive in America

According to a 2009 Harris Poll, when Americans are asked to “Please indicate for each one if you believe in it, or not,” the following results were revealing: 82% believe in God 76% believe in miracles 71% believe in survival of the soul after...

Sharia Law and The “Right” to Violate Rights

Sharia Law and The “Right” to Violate Rights

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a bill aimed at keeping state courts and agencies from using Islamic or other non-U.S. laws when making decisions, his office said on Friday. The bill doesn't specifically mention Shariah law, which broadly...

The Rise of the Religious Left

The Rise of the Religious Left

Such religious Democrats are really the most consistent people on the political landscape today. To be in favor of religion, and in favor of the massive welfare/entitlement state originally brought about by liberal Democrats, they are endeavoring to practice their religion with integrity.

Atheism: The Untouchable Subject

Atheism: The Untouchable Subject

There are two types of atheists. The first is psychological, the other philosophical. The psychological atheist is simply angry. The anger might be a reaction to family members who are religious, the policies or actions of various organized...

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