A Few Sites to Check Out

A few links are piling up and I’m just getting them all out at once:

  • A new blog for students, courtesy of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. They have this picture on the front page:

    How can you not love them?

  • The organizational blog of The Interfaith Alliance, an excellent group headed by Rev. Welton Gaddy. If you’re into the dangerous intersection of politics and religion, this site covers it in depth.
  • On that note, in case you’re not watching the Democratic Convention as obsessively as I am, here is a great compilation of the best/funniest one-liners so far.

"The one going full meltdown ballistic on everyone else over whether quotes should be used ..."

People Want to Remove Judge Who ..."
"The only complaint I have about that dress is the cutouts. I mean, really? Rectangular? ..."

Christian School Bans Girl from Prom ..."
"What, those old things? They're, um, Salvation Antennas. Totally different."

A Georgia Mom Crashed Her Car Into ..."
"Who are the FFR?If you mean Fanatical Fundamentalist Religionists, we agree. Fundagelicals are insipid."

Appeals Court Says Indiana School Can Keep ..."

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  • Wes

    How can you not love them?

    Well, if I can be picky for a moment…

    The first amendment (and all the Bill of Rights) was not ratified in 1787. I wish these guys would do their homework. It was introduced in 1789 and ratified in 1791.

  • SarahH

    Ugh, Eisenhower. The money, the National Day of prayer, the pandering… he’s sort of the founding father of our modern pseudotheocracy.