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I woke up this morning to a gray sky and pouring rain, which is somewhat unusual for where I live this time of year. While looking out my window at the rain coming down, I noticed that there is far more traffic than I'd expect for this time of day. Show More Summary
A Catholic radio host told a man who installs fire alarms that it would be unethical to do that at Planned Parenthood.That, he said, would be like helping Nazis and the KKK.
By U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Arturo Chavez [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Aside from the steady flow of largely unproductive Trump-related outrage from which I am desperately trying to distance...Show More Summary
One reporter went on a search for the Jewish lawyer Roy Moore's wife proudly claimed they had.She came up empty.
A letter to constituents, sent on county stationery, isn't the place to proselytize.
We also talked about Roy Moore's very confused spokesperson, the CDC's list of naughty words, and how Donald Trump ruined Christmas in Jesus' homeland.
Months after the display's inaccuracies were pointed out to museum officials, the display is still up and the story hasn't been corrected.
It's obvious Pastor Greg Locke doesn't know any atheists, or else they would have set him straight.
Fighting over Jesus is the true meaning of Christmas.
In many ways, Christians have to be credited with contributing to the secularization of Christmas. The more they have pushed to have their religious symbols adorn government buildings, the more they have opened the door to having to share the space with other religions (and with those of us who are not religious). Show More Summary
The celibacy requirement isn't the only cause of abuse within the Catholic Church, but it's certainly a factor.
Is anyone surprised that a CDC run by Trump appointees wants to do away with words like "science" and "evidence"?
Becket, a right-wing legal group, says FFRF is "running away" from its own lawsuit against the government.The facts say something very different.
The former leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a Mormon cult associated with polygamy and child brides, just got 57 months in prison.
I hope he had a nice Ramen dinner to celebrate.
Jesse Lee Peterson said to Steven Anderson, "We need more white babies."
There is no shortage of conservatives jumping to defend former Kentucky State Rep. Dan Johnson, a man who was, as the evidence suggests, far from innocent.
The evangelical world treats marriage equality as a more pressing concern than systemic racism.That's why this woman walked out.
Christopher Hitchens' take-no-prisoners approach to irrational thinking, that seemed so radical at one time, is sorely missed today.