The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington Won’t Help People Unless Gays Are Discriminated Against

So let me get this straight. Catholic Charities, a part of the Catholic Church, helps over 68,000 people in Washington D.C., including the homeless. It’s not just volunteer work — they get paid for this. From 2006 through 2008, [council member David A.] Catania said, Catholic Charities received about $8.2 million in city contracts, as [Read More...]

South Carolina Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer Releases Statement About License Plate Decision

South Carolina Lt. Governor Andre Bauer is quite pissed off that a judge ruled the “I Believe” license plates were unconstitutional. He writes on his website: For those who say proclaiming “I believe” violates the constitution by giving preference to Christianity, I think this lawsuit clearly discriminates against persons of faith. I will ask the [Read More...]

Watch How the Right Lies About Abstinence-Only Sex Ed

This is a perfect example of how the Religious Right spins the news in a way that deceives people. They know their followers are gullible and will believe what they are told. They know their followers won’t bother doing research to factcheck what is being reported. They know they can get away with it within [Read More...]

South Carolina “I Believe” Plates Halted… For Good, This Time

Last time the South Carolina license plates which promote Christianity were in the courtroom, an injunction was handed down, preventing the plates from being issued. Nearly a year later, the plates were back in the courtroom, and this time, the same judge says the plates are unconstitutional (PDF): Whether motivated by sincerely held Christian beliefs [Read More...]

Forsyth County Pre-Meeting Prayers are Unconstitutional, Says Judge

Forsyth County in North Carolina could owe about $100,000 in legal fees if a federal judge finds them liable for promoting Christianity at their regular meetings. All of this could’ve been avoided if they simply used their common sense and kept religion out of the government. A federal magistrate has recommended that prayers referencing Jesus [Read More...]