When singer Lana Del Rey tweeted this odd message on Thursday, it looked like a cryptic promotion for a future album.If only.It turns out she was talking about how witchcraft would remove Donald Trump from office.
Here's a suggestion to Republicans: If you're going to be late to your own town hall meeting, especially after your constituents have been waiting for hours to ask you questions, don't waste time when you finally arrive by praying.
In our latest podcast, Jessica and I discussed the past week in politics and atheism.
Rule #1 of "In God We Trust" signs? Says it's about patriotism, not about promoting Christianity.No one sent that memo to State Senator Chuck Edwards.
Marcus Bowring out of Victoria, Australia, was successful in getting his Driver’s license photo taken while wearing Pastafarian religious headgear. “I kept the strainer in a bag until it was time to take the photo because I was bit worried that there were a few bigots around that might not accept it,” he said. “But […]
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners in Michigan don't seem to know that if they lose a legal battle, taxpayers are on the hook for the other side's legal fees...
The Christian who once declared to his congregation, "I'm not gay no more!" is being sued by NFL player Kordell Stewart, who says claims that they slept together have hurt his reputation.
Florida State Rep. Kimberly Daniels went on Facebook Live this morning to lament the witches and warlocks casting spells on Donald Trump. Because this is a problem that needs to be solved...
Why is Family Christian Stores closing all of its locations? It's not economic forces, says one conservative commentator. It's because they sold too many books that made people question a single interpretation of the Bible.
Despite the promises from Ken Ham that his Ark Encounter theme park would be wonderful for the local economy in Grant County, Kentucky, the numbers haven't added up. A local official is now admitting that out loud.
Christian Hate-Pastor Joshua Feuerstein heard about how witches are going to cast a spell on Donald Trump, so he wants everyone to pray to counter the hex.Because, as everyone knows, if two forms of nonsense are mixed, their powers cancel out.
Most of the Christian churches I pass whenever I leave my home have electronic reader boards out front near their signs. I suppose this makes it far easier for them to change the text they want to display to passersby. Some of the more...Show More Summary
White evangelical Christians are sticking their fingers in their ears as people explain why the Muslim ban makes for awful policy and clinging to their belief that America needs to be closed off to people who don't believe as they d...
Hate-Pastor Steven Anderson thinks Hinduism is the biggest problem with India today (followed closely by Islam). But his sermon got really weird when he offered a solution to the nation's poverty problem.
With Donald Trump rescinding protections for transgender students, forcing them to pee in the wrong bathrooms in states where conservatives have power, it was only a matter of time before Christians came to his defense with even more bigotry.
In a bizarre Facebook post yesterday, Creationist Ken Ham argued that atheists were indoctrinating children in the public schools by teaching them proper science.
I need to do some shopping today, and so I will soon be heading out to the local warehouse store to stock up on several bulk food items I've been using a lot of lately. I've discovered that as long as I know I am going to use everything I buy, I can save at least a little money by shopping this way vs. Show More Summary
With Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos already intent on using taxpayer money to fund religious education, the question has to be asked: Why do conservative Christians have to promote their faith in every realm of life?
Here's one of the (many) problems with religious thinking: Even when there's a perfectly rational explanation for something, you have to find a way to attribute it to the supernatural.
The Supreme Court has already ruled that stand-alone Ten Commandments monuments on government property, like this one in Texas, are illegal. Why doesn't anyone at the Nueces County Courthouse understand this?