Unfortunately for this guy, God and “a stack of Bibles” won’t be testifying on his behalf.
The unnamed parents also told their son he should kill himself because he’s “going to hell anyway.” They don't deserve custody.
South Carolina Republicans are trying to pass a bill allowing teachers to proselytize in public schools. Their reasoning is as awful as you'd expect.
The student, who was born in the United States, says she sat during the Pledge of Allegiance to protest racism in the country. According to reports, her teacher couldn't handle that.
Iowa State Sen. Craig Johnson has a lot of (awful) reasons for why he won't sponsor an atheist to deliver an invocation.
This budget request by Donald Trump promotes indoctrination at the expense of education.
The Tennessee Republican Party is urging voters to reject State Senate candidate Gayle Jordan because she's a "radical atheist." What that means is anyone's guess.
Mike Pence "thinks Jesus tells him to say things," said Omarosa, an ordained minister who thinks God is listening to her prayers.
Sponsors began backing out after learning that David Stephan would speak at a wellness event despite letting his son die of a treatable disease.
These shirts aren't a substitution for loudspeaker prayers. They're an act of surrender.
Liberals criticize evangelicals for their support of Donald Trump only because they're the ones who placed so much importance on character when Democrats were in power.
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That odor you smell is the Religious Right's talking points going up in flames.
This is great advice if you're a Mormon Church leader hoping to keep as many cases of abuse as possible under the radar.
It's not even about abortion. This Connecticut Catholic school wants to expel a student who believes the government should simply care more about women's health.
This is how the Jehovah's Witnesses plan to manipulate their members during the group's annual conventions later this year.
The problem isn't the Catholic school that fired a beloved first grade teacher. It's the parents who continue propping up an institution that promotes bigotry and then complain when the leaders acts Catholic.
A church may have forgotten to tip this waitress, but she's the one who violated company policy.
This seems like a small, symbolic protest, but sometimes that's just what it takes to undermine an authoritarian regime.
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