Some religious groups view the U.S. prison population as an opportunity to preach to a captive audience on the government dime.
Theocracy Watch VII: Season’s Warning (December 2, 2006) The Salvation Army, far from being a secular charity, is a primarily religious group that is discriminating against employees of different beliefs using taxpayer funds.
Theocracy Watch VIII: Religious Tests (December 6, 2006) In blatant defiance of the Constitution, religious right groups are calling for the reinstation of religious test oaths for officials elected to public office.
Theocracy Watch X: The National Day of Prayer (May 10, 2007) Despite the Constitution’s guarantee of government neutrality toward religion, the United States has a “National Day of Prayer” which has been predictably exploited by right-wing Christians.
A decision by the newly right-leaning U.S. Supreme Court sets a terrible precedent for defenders of church-state separation.
Theocracy Watch XII: The Army of God (September 22, 2007) An enclave of high-ranking religious right extremists within the U.S. military have been using their power as a platform for coercive Christian evangelizing.