GOP Platform: teach the bible in public schools as a historical document

I wish I was kidding here, but in the 2016 Republican Platform, there is an approved amendment that calls for the teaching of the Christian bible in all U.S. schools as a historical document. [Read more…]

Atheist group to erect Ronald Reagan billboard proclaiming the separation of church and state

This billboard is being erected by the Freedom From Religion Foundation outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio next month. [Read more…]

Kentucky has to pay Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis $190,000 in legal fees

The State of Kentucky now has to pay Answers in Genesis, the apologist arm of Ken Ham’s creationist ministries, $190,000 in attorney fees, within the next 20 days, as a result of the court battle over the $18 million tax incentive program. [Read more…]

Ken Ham is making unwed Ark Encounter employees sign chastity pledge

Wow. According to Fox13Now, Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter is forcing unmarried employees sign a chastity pledge in order to work at the genocide and incest-themed park. [Read more…]

CNN criticizes Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter for using tax money to spread Christian message

CNN’s Carol Costello paid a visit to Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter while she called the park a “mind-blowing site,” she was not too pleased to learn that the park was benefiting from a massive influx of tax dollars and state bonds. [Read more…]

Victory! Ohio school will stop using local church for school functions

You may recently remember that I was recently working with the Freedom From Religion Foundation to stop an Ohio elementary school from using a local church for his award and graduation ceremonies. [Read more…]

Ohio elementary school warned to end practice of holding events at local church

The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to the Covedale Elementary School in Ohio after I made them aware of the fact the school was holding the kindergarten graduation and sixth-grade award ceremony next door at a local church. [Read more…]

Ken Ham accuses atheist group of bullying public schools that visit the Creation Museum

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is being accused of bullying public schools by Ken Ham, CEO, and owner of the Creation Museum and the upcoming Ark Encounter theme park. [Read more…]

Kentucky approves Ark Encounter for up to $18 million in tax incentives

I had reported earlier that I did not believe the park would be approved for the full amount, but the theocrats who run the State of Kentucky have set out to disappoint me, and the poor taxpayers of the state yet again. [Read more…]

Kentucky to spend $10 million to improve roads for the Ark Encounter

Not only are taxpayers helping fund a Noah’s Ark theme park that states clearly you must profess your devotion to Jesus to work there, but now, taxpayers are on the hook for $10 million in road improvements for the genocidal themed theme park. [Read more…]


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