Your morning happiness: Scottie pinwheel.

I dare you.  I double dare you to not smile watching this: This kind of makes me think of Coraline. [Read more…]

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Police officer in Pakistan takes up an axe and murders a caged man because of blasphemy.

Two days ago I wrote about a Christian couple in Pakistan that was brutally murdered and burned for allegedly desecrating the Quran.  It’s too bad the police didn’t interfere, right?  Well, it turns out, the laws on the books in Pakistan prescribe the death penalty for blasphemy. Blasphemy charges, even when they do go to [Read More…]

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BREAKING: 6th Circuit rules against marriage equality, sets the stage for SCOTUS decision.

Just saw via Zack Ford on Twitter that the 6th Circuit has ruled against marriage equality in a 2-1 decision.  This creates a circuit split that will effectively force the Supreme Court to take up the issue in its next session. The 6th Circuit is binding in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee.  Frankly, the decision [Read More…]

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Response to the “I’m a Christian, you cannot change my mind” meme.

A meme has been going around Christian circles that is concisely revealed as intellectually suppressing by this image: The assertion that your mind cannot be changed is a commitment to having ill-formed ideas about the world.  If that’s the best you can do in defense of your religion, your religion isn’t worth much.   [Read more…]

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Jon Stewart on “we don’t want gridlock” GOP.

*sigh*  Jon Stewart, thank you for being such a reliable voice in news. The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook In this context “we want to work with the President” is undoubtedly a set up to say the President is responsible for governmental inertia when he vetoes [Read More…]

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Why isn’t the IRS revoking tax exemptions from more than 1600 churches playing politics?

I read an article yesterday about 1600 different churches sending video evidence to the IRS taunting them to try and revoke the church’s tax exempt status. Although the IRS was sued itself for not enforcing the law and admitted about 100 churches may be breaking the rules, the pastors and their critics alike say the [Read More…]

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AHA sues Denver schools over church/state violations after schools continue violations.

The American Humanist Association has issued a lawsuit against two Denver area schools for intermingling church and state with their fundraisers: Many details were left out of this story.  For the fundraisers such as Operation Christmas Child the teachers distributed empty boxes to the students to create and fill for the program. They also helped collect [Read More…]

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A person can die with dignity.

There’s been much talk lately about whether or not a person should have the right to end their own life.  This comes on the heels of Brittany Maynard, a woman who received a death sentence in the form of a malignant brain tumor and elected, on Nov. 1, to end her own life. It’s so [Read More…]

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SC Christian files suit: same-sex marriage violates his freedom to worship.

They say with god anything is possible, and yet with god on their side same-sex marriage is chugging right along.  And if they can accomplish anything with god, why is there so much desperation in defending his causes?  I mean, in Kansas you have a couple calling their marriage property and asserting that letting LGBT [Read More…]

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A fact that might make the next two years less problematic.

Father sent me an article this morning that got me thinking, and it was about something I already knew: On Tuesday, Democrats had a lot more states to defend than did Republicans. Many of those races were in states carried by the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.In 2016, Republicans will have to defend 24 [Read More…]

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Your morning happiness: doggie and friends.

That bird has the best seat in the house. [Read more…]

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BREAKING: Missouri’s gay marriage ban is history!

Man, most of us could use some good news today.  How about mo’ equality?  How about MO equality!  (Get it?  I crack myself up).  Missouri’s gay marriage ban is no more! St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison issued the ruling Wednesday. He heard arguments in the case on Sept. 29. The city of St. Louis [Read More…]

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More than half of Britons think religion does more harm than good.

Michaelyn has started looking for med schools outside of Kansas today.  I wonder if there are any good ones in the UK… More than half of Britons believe that religion does more harm than good, with less than a quarter believing faith is a force for good, the Huffington Post UK can reveal today. Even [Read More…]

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Alabama votes to not use Sharia Law.

Man, Alabama sure dodged a bullet last night: While Maine voters were asked to weigh in on bear hunting regulations in Tuesday’s U.S. elections, voters in Alabama were given the chance to insure that state courts never rule according to sharia law. … Such was the case in Alabama where voters passed Foreign Laws in [Read More…]

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