Mayor of Sioux Falls Says He Will Not Paint Over Religious Snow Plow Messages

Earlier this month, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the city held an event where students from local schools and youth groups painted the plows the city will use when the snow hits.

But when two of the plows, painted by Christian schools, had religious messages, the city had to rethink their plan:



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Duck Dynasty‘s Phil Robertson Tapes “Bibles and Guns” Ad for Congressional Candidate (and Nephew) Zach Dasher

I don’t know what scariest about this new campaign ad for Zach Dasher, running for Congress from Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District: The fact that it features his relative, Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson; that it mentions Bibles; that it mentions guns; or that it combines all of that in less than five seconds:



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Georgia Sheriff’s Office Called Out for Having an Official Chaplain and Religious Poems on Its Website

If you check out the website for the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office (in Georgia), you might notice this religious poem that has no business being there:



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Forget Endorsing a Candidate; This Albuquerque Church Gave Parishioners Sample Ballots with Highlighted Names

What happens when church politics intersects with actual politics? One Albuquerque, New Mexico church may soon find out.

Parishioners of Legacy Church recently went public with sample ballots given to them by the church — ballots that included a handful of highlighted names.

As KAOT News reports,

… marking a sample ballot is legal, [but] federal officials said a nonprofit is not supposed to take sides in a political election.


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Veterans Rally to Defend City’s Hydraulic Cross, Claiming They’re in the Majority Faith and That’s All That Matters

Last month, I posted about a giant hydraulic cross that goes up several times a year atop Dewey Hill in Grand Haven, Michigan:



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