Giles County (Virginia) School Board Takes Down Ten Commandments Display

Last time we heard from Giles County, Virginia, a Ten Commandments display was going up in Macy McClaugherty Elementary/Middle School and others in the district. The Freedom From Religion Foundation told Superintendent Terry E. Arbogast this was illegal and he informed them he would take it down immediately. (Shocking, I know!) But soon after that, [Read More...]

Member of Atheists of Florida Arrested for Disrupting School Board’s Prayer

You have to hand it to the Atheists of Florida: They don’t disappear when the initial media spotlight goes away. They’re still pushing to find out whether Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd did something illegal when he removed basketball hoops from a local prison and gave them to a local church: Now the group wants [Read More...]

Mike Huckabee Actually Said This…

Here’s the question posed by Paige Winfield Cunningham of Christianity Today to FOX News Channel host, failed presidential candidate, and super-Christian Mike Huckabee: The last time former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney ran for President, about one-third of evangelical voters said they were less likely to vote for a candidate who is Mormon. How much do [Read More...]

Illinois House Introduces Bill to Repeal Moment of Silence and Prayer

I’ve written before about how the Silent Reflection and Student Prayer time is back in Illinois. After several wasted “moments” in the classroom, some legislators are finally trying to put a stop to this nonsense. House Bill 0273 (HB0273) was introduced by Republican (!!!) Jim Durkin and has since picked up co-sponsors Karen May and [Read More...]

‘Repent Amarillo’ Leader Is Running for Mayor

Just so you’re aware, David Grisham Jr., the guy who runs Repent Amarillo, is running for mayor. Repent Amarillo and Grisham aim to deter promiscuity, homosexuality and non-Christian worship practices through confrontation and prayer, and their actions have sparked controversy, both locally and nationwide. Last September, while much of the nation was focused on a [Read More...]