Alternate headline: “The Religious Right will be sending out their latest fundraising emails in 5… 4… 3…”
As we wait to learn the fate of Rowan County clerk Kim Davis, the government worker who refuses to do the work of the government because she worships a homophobic God, the Kentucky Trial Court Review’s Shannon Ragland has posted some fascinating excerpts from an exclusive interview with County Attorney Cecil Watkins.
Not only did Watkins refuse to defend Davis because of her defiance of the law, here’s what else we learn from him:
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics decided to go above and beyond (and arguably away from) the call of duty the other day after sharing an article on Facebook about how marijuana may alter brain structure in certain people:
Maybe we could have a discussion about what that article does and does not say… but instead, the conversations in the comment thread just got weird.
If you missed last night’s Key & Peele, you missed a trifecta of short sketches in which Neil deGrasse Tyson (played by Jordan Peele) was accused by his wife of not walking the dog, being late for a funeral, and having lipstick on his shirt… forcing him to make excuses invoking science and special effects.
You may not be aware, though, that he’s also writing back to all church members.
And, in true church leader fashion, he’s asking for even more money.
Here’s what you get, courtesy of the Central Florida Freethought Community: