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A Father's Love for Son and Country — how the 'false prophets' are deceiving good Christians about military religious freedom

A Father's Love for Son and Country — how the 'false prophets' are deceiving good Christians about military religious freedom

The first time I ever heard of Mikey Weinstein was when I watched the documentary, Constantine’s Sword. His son, a cadet at the Air Force Academy, was relentlessly proselytized by Christian evangelicals and facing anti-Semitic attacks.  In the documentary, Weinstein ...

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Fox News reports that religion is "under attack" in the military, at least, according to rear admiral of Coast Guard

Fox News reports that religion is "under attack" in the military, at least, according to rear admiral of Coast Guard

It is a dark day for Christians in the military, at least according to a Fox News article that has a rear admiral deploring the persecution of Christians in the military. According to the report, Christians are being told to "hide ...

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An eye for an eye: the problem of the Boston marathon bombers, vengeance and God

An eye for an eye: the problem of the Boston marathon bombers, vengeance and God

This has been a tough week for the people of Boston; and to the victims, and victims' families I personally feel quite a lot of sympathy as no doubt many people across this country–even across the world feel for them. ...

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Obnoxious Christians’ most annoying evangelizing tactics

Obnoxious Christians’ most annoying evangelizing tactics

People often wonder why I am sometimes grumpy and even hateful when it comes to religion. I can tell people why in one sentence, but that is not as fun as sharing stories about obnoxious Christians on a State university ...

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Forgive us, for we know not what we do

Forgive us, for we know not what we do

Forgive us, Father, for we know not what we do. Each Palm Sunday, I am even more sensitive to the fact that for the next week, millions will unknowingly demonize God and believe that they will be mightily blessed for ...

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Facebook page has people across the Internet asking "Is this for real?" when it comes to Fappy the Anti-Masturbation Dolphin

Facebook page has people across the Internet asking "Is this for real?" when it comes to Fappy the Anti-Masturbation Dolphin

Only on the Internet can you find things that make you scratch you head and ask "Is this for real?"   One such discovery today not only has me asking this question, but it seems that the same question is ...

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Fundies say the darndest things: Conspiracy theorists believe that Obamacare is a transhuman plot to create a genderless society

Fundies say the darndest things: Conspiracy theorists believe that Obamacare is a transhuman plot to create a genderless society

A rumor that has circulated around the Internet for quite some time seems to still be alive and well to some on Facebook, only with a transhuman twist that posits an argument against gay marriage.  The rumor, started by an ...

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Am I not a woman? The injustice of being a woman in the United States of America

Am I not a woman?  The injustice of being a woman in the United States of America

Then that little man in black there, he says women can't have as much rights as men, 'cause Christ wasn't a woman! Where did your Christ come from? Where did your Christ come from? From God and a woman! Man ...

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The Republican war on women just got real: Rand Paul introducing bill that would outlaw abortion in the United States

The Republican war on women just got real: Rand Paul introducing bill that would outlaw abortion in the United States

Well, so much for Rand Paul's liberatarianism.  After making a stand on drones that had everyone united in the feeling that finally conservatives were coming to their senses Paul slaps out a fetal personhood bill that would outlaw abortion in the United ...

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The Episcopal/Anglican Church welcomes the new pope

The Episcopal/Anglican Church welcomes the new pope

Since the Vatican announced the new pope various leaders of both the Anglican and the Episcopal Church announced they welcome Pope Francis I. The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, welcomed Pope Francis I, by saying the election of the ...

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Are other animals just disposable creatures when they cannot do their job or reproduce?

Are other animals just disposable creatures when they cannot do their job or reproduce?

I did not plan to make this subject my second article upon my return.  I actually wanted to write a news article about the Episcopal/Anglican Church welcoming the new Pope, but this monstrosity caught my eye this morning and left ...

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African- American attorneys write amicus brief on same-sex marriage, which states, “We’ve heard these arguments before” concerning miscegenation

African- American attorneys write amicus brief on same-sex marriage, which states, “We’ve heard these arguments before” concerning miscegenation

Last year, I wrote at least two articles expressing my opinions concerning same-sex marriage and comparing the arguments against same-sex marriage to the arguments against interracial marriage.  I also mentioned the case of Loving v Virginia more than once on ...

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On youthful wishful thinking; Americans and the world, division is not our natural state of affairs–we are united in more ways than we are divided

On youthful wishful thinking; Americans and the world, division is not our natural state of affairs–we are united in more ways than we are divided

This week something amusing happened to me–I had written an article on how important it is to protect individual freedom from the forces in this country that would take them away in the name of God and a warped sense ...

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