According to the "Declaration of Dependence upon God and His Holy Bible," a group of Religious Right leaders want Christians to promise that they won't obey the law
if it means indirectly supporting abortion rights or marriage equality.
Tomorrow is See You at the Pole
, the day when many Christian students gather around their schools' flagpoles to pray to Jesus. It's legal for students to hold these events as long as they play by the rules.And who better to explain those rules than a legal fellow from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Madeline Ziegler
has a quick rundown of how the event must proceed
to stay on the right side of the law.
A Christian school's boys soccer team forfeited a game
on Friday because their opponents included two girls.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation recently stopped a hotel affiliated with Arizona State University from putting Bibles in the rooms
-- for obvious reasons. It's not a private hotel, and a taxpayer-funded school shouldn't be giving away Christian propaganda.Linda Valdez
, writing for the Arizona Republic
, can't believe it. She thinks FFRF is abusing the separation of church and state
by, you know, defending it.
Fresh off of his primary loss
in Colorado, current State Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt
appeared on his Pray In Jesus Name
show to say that Hillary Clinton
hates Christians and is possessed by the devil
.All because she said Donald Trump
's "racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic" supporters were part of a "basket of deplorables."