A California elementary school has become the second in the country to host a "Young Skeptics" club, helping kids learn how to think critically. It comes in response to the Good News Club, which exists to convert kids to Christianity before they're old enough to know better.
Last month, an Irish comedian referred to communion wafers as "haunted bread" on a late night talk show. It upset a local priest, who complained to broadcaster RTÉ that this was blasphemy. They have now responded by saying the comedian did nothing wrong.
This bill creates a bandage for a wound that doesn't exist. And it could make the lives of non-Christian students even worse.
This is a fantastic visual
that shows why vaccination is so important for everyone in the community
. When parents are allowed to opt out of having their kids vaccinated, it could hurt all of us.
New Hampshire State Rep. Brandon Phinney, a Republican, just wrote a letter to the editor to a local newspaper commenting on the decline of religion in his state. He even said, "... it is difficult and to be frank, rather foolish, to hold onto archaic beliefs that deny reality."