A researcher from Liberty University (yes, really) is doing research on how young people develop or let go of their religious beliefs. It’s legit research, not some trick to proselytize to you, and your help would be appreciated.
If you’d like to participate, all you have to do is fill out this questionnaire, which should take no more than 20 minutes. If you include a mailing address, you could receive an Amazon gift card.
Last November, California State Senator Steve Knight was elected to the U.S. Congress, obviously requiring him to vacate his State Senate seat. But because he wasn’t up for re-election, that meant a special election had to be held in the Antelope Valley area to find his successor.
That special election, which takes place on March 17, currently has only one candidate in the race: Sharon Runner. She’s a Republican who, not coincidentally, was in the State Senate until Knight beat her in the 2008 elections. (Looks like she wants her seat back.)
The fact that only one candidate is in the race has prompted Steve Hill (below) — an African-American atheist known in our community for his stand-up comedy — to run as a write-in candidate:
GOP Congressman: The Problem with America’s Fight Against ISIS is That They Believe in God More Strongly Than We Do
According to Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL), the problem with our nation’s fight against ISIS is that our enemies love God, and we don’t love God enough, and God’s gonna decide who wins this war. Therefore, #ChristianNation and #BiblesEverywhere.
Something like that.
I’m sure it makes sense to conservatives, but all I’m hearing is “Our God has a bigger dick than their God, so let’s show them!”
Yoho made the comments on Newsmax to host J.D. Hayworth and guest Michael Flanagan, both of whom used to serve in Congress: