Darrell Trigg, the Christian Party Candidate Who Wants to Protect Marriage, Got Divorced in 2013

Darrell Trigg (below) wants to be the next President. He’s the candidate for the Christian Party — a party that I’m pretty sure has a total membership of one — and his platform is a mish-mash of right-wing talking points.

He wants to eradicate separation of church and state, bring mandatory prayer back to public schools, stop any legal recognition of homosexuality, increase the drinking age to 25, and ban nudity and bad language on television.

And then you get to the part about how he would protect marriage:

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Sen. Ted Cruz’s Father Says Marriage Equality Means Churches Will Be Forced to Hire Gay Pastors

Sen. Ted Cruz frequently talks about his father Rafael Cruz. The elder Cruz is his mentor, a Christian evangelist who has a nasty habit of saying horrible and untrue things… so you know where Ted gets it from.



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Asked if He’s an Old Testament or New Testament Guy, Donald Trump Responds “Probably Equal”

Here’s my not-very-surprising theory on Donald Trump‘s faith: Trump doesn’t care about religion. Not in a good way. Not in a church/state separation sort of way. Not because he’s thought about it and come to any meaningful decision on the matter. He just doesn’t think about it, period. As usual, he says whatever people want to hear.

That means he has to use the right buzzwords, referring to the Bible whenever possible and mentioning Jesus often.

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Christian Law School Dean: The Government Can’t Impose Laws Contradicting the Bible

If I told you that law students at Liberty University don’t understand the Constitution, you wouldn’t bat an eye. Of course they don’t. What else did anyone expect?

But can’t we expect more from the person running the place?

Liberty University Law School interim dean Rena Lindevaldsen gave a speech recently in which she explained how our government can absolutely push religious values on us… as long as those values are Christian:



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Knoxville (IA) City Council Member Lashes Out Against Those Opposing Display with Christian Cross

Last week, I posted about a display that sits in taxpayer-funded Young’s Park in Knoxville, Iowa. It features a kneeling soldier, gun in hand, next to a Christian cross:

Americans United for Separation of Church and State called on the local city council to remove or change the display in order to avoid a lawsuit, but officials weren’t budging.

While the City Manager said the issue would be discussed at the next city council meeting on September 8, City Council member Tim Pitt expressed his views on Facebook. Among other things, he claims the cross has nothing to do with Christianity.

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