In Pastor’s Voting Guide, Even Mike Huckabee Isn’t Christian Enough to Get a Perfect Score

If you’re not sure who to vote for next year, don’t worry. Rev. Steven Andrew has you covered with his American Christian Voting Guide:



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All 17 Candidates for a North Carolina School Board Want Illegal Prayers at Meetings

There are 17 candidates running for 5 spots on the Cleveland County Board of Education in North Carolina, and they all took part in a forum last night so the public could get to know them a little better.

While most of the questions were randomly given to individual candidates, all 17 of them were asked whether they wanted prayer at school board meetings. (Because that’s really what matters.)

Just to be clear, praying at school board meetings is illegal. It’s not like a city council where there can be a rotating cast of invocation speakers. So this was a dumb question to begin with.

But they asked it. So how did the candidates respond?

Every single one of them said yes. Some of them said they wanted to make sure it was legal first, but they all wanted it. Here’s just a sampling of their responses:

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Cowboy Pastor Will Ride Horse to Site of Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments Monument in Protest

Now that Oklahoma has removed the Ten Commandments monument from outside the Capitol building, one Texas pastor is so angry, that he’s planning a protest.

It’s gonna be a *big* protest, too. It involves a horse. Because this pastor is a cowboy.

(This is the part where you all start shaking in your boots.)

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When It Comes to the Legal System, Just Ignore the Ten Commandments

Even Sarah Palin understands that the Ten Commandments don’t form the basis for U.S. law:



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Maine’s Governor Has Appointed a Creationist to Head Up the State’s Department of Education

I guess Texas is so big, it now extends up to Maine.

Maine’s Governor Paul LePage has appointed Bill Beardsley as the acting commissioner of the state’s Department of Education.

Beardsley, a former president of Husson University and former commissioner of the Department of Conservation, will be in the position for six months, though LePage could later recommend him to hold the position for much longer in an official capacity.

What’s the problem with that?

Beardsley, like LePage, believes Creationism should be taught in public schools.

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