Video: Stephen Colbert's The Word – Symbol-Minded

If you have been following the news, you are aware of the Supreme Court case concerning the large cross in California’s Mojave National Preserve. The below Stephen Colbert video takes aim at the ridiculous statement from Justice Scalia concerning the cross, and how it’s not necessarily the a Christian symbol. The Colbert Report Mon – [Read More…]

Next stop, the Supreme Court!

In a recent Washington Post letter to the editor, Barry Sasscer, makes a great comment about the the Senate confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor. … there will be six Catholics, two Jews and one Protestant on the Supreme Court. I can only hope that President Obama will use his next opportunity to fill a court vacancy with a [Read More…]

The U.S. Supreme Court sides with Westboro Baptist Church

The U.S. Supreme Court declares that the Westboro Baptist Church has the right to protest at soldier’s funerals. Here’s a News Clip: Don’t you love the “fair and balanced” reporting on Fox? Hehe, “eternal shame.” I’m afraid I agree the Supreme Court and the ACLU on this one. As crazy as they may be, the [Read More…]

Rev. Rob Schenck Anoints Sotomayor Confirmation Room

Don’t worry, God can now get involved in the Supreme Court nomination process. Faith and Action’s Rev. Rob Schenck has anointed with oil the doors of the US Senate room where the hearing for Judge Sonia Sotomayor will take place. Here’s the video: To show he is a nice guy, and culturally sensitive, Rev. Schenck said [Read More…]

Oklahoma pisses off Moses

Sing with me, “OOOOOklahoma, where the sin comes sweepin’ down the plain.” From the Denver AP: A federal appeals court has ruled that a Ten Commandments monument outside Oklahoma’s Haskell County Courthouse “has the primary effect of endorsing religion.” A three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sent the case back to [Read More…]

Is Chick-fil-A Founder Is A Hypocrite?

Image via Wikipedia So, there I was enjoying my usual godless Sunday. After sleeping late and OD’ing on coffee, I sat in my bed and started reading the newspaper while Meet The Press, and then This Week, played in the background. It wasn’t an uneventful weekend, Jack Kemp died, Justice Souter stepped down from the Supreme [Read More…]