Washougal City Council (WA) Votes to Have Invocation Prayers, but Not Without Silly Arguments from Both Sides

The Washougal City Council in Washington state just voted 4-3 to have religious invocations at their meetings, but it didn’t happen without a furious debate. The dissenters aren’t just a bunch of typical liberals, either:



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Pickens County Board of Trustees (SC) Will Allow Invocations, but Only Religious Groups Will Be Invited to Give Them

The Pickens County Board of Trustees in South Carolina just decided to allow sectarian invocations at their meetings. And they think they’re above the law on this one despite the advice of their attorney:



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Pagan, Making the Most of His Opportunity, Delivers a Very Memorable Invocation in Escambia County, FL

For a while now, David Suhor (who calls himself an Agnostic Pagan Pantheist) has been trying to deliver an invocation to the Escambia County School Board in Florida. It hasn’t happened yet, and his situation has only been made worse by one of the board members, Jeff Bergosh, saying that he would walk out if Suhor was ever allowed to give one.

While that situation is working itself out, Suhor delivered an invocation for the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners last night, and it was the greatest thing you’ll ever see.

I don’t want to give it away. Just watch the video. Watch it now. You can skip to the 0:25 mark to get to the good stuff.



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Here’s Video of the Atheist Invocation in Huntsville, Alabama

Yesterday, Kelly McCauley, an atheist and member of the North Alabama Freethought Association, delivered the first-ever secular invocation in front of the Huntsville City Council in Alabama. You can read more about the lead-up to the event here, but for now, here’s the video and transcript! Dearly Beloved, When the ancients considered the values that [Read More...]

An Atheist Just Delivered a Secular Invocation in Huntsville, Alabama

Just a little while ago, Kelly McCauley, an atheist and member of the North Alabama Freethought Association, delivered the first-ever secular invocation in front of the Huntsville City Council in Alabama. I’m still waiting for video, but a rough transcript of his speech is below: Dearly Beloved, When the ancients considered the values that were [Read More...]


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