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Ted Cruz: ‘I’m a Christian first, American second.’ Imagine if Muslim or Jewish politician said that

Ted Cruz: "I’m a Christian first, American second, conservative third and Republican fourth." Only a Christian has the privilege of saying this.

Texas Baptist pastor who advocated executing women for abortion faces child sexual assault charges

Texas pastor who backed bill criminalizing abortion is charged with having sex with a teenage relative multiple times a day for years.

How the “prosperity gospel” convinces poor people to give everything to grifty millionaire preachers

The prosperity gospel is the most predatory form of mainstream religion in practice today, and it benefits from the US tax code.

Trump theocrats claim abuses against women and LGBT people are Christian values

Under Trump’s theocracy, Christian values include criminalizing anything the evangelical extremist cult deems ungodly.

Propaganda works – 58 percent of Republicans believe education is bad

It is beyond the pale that anyone would think education is bad for America, but nearly 60% of Republicans is a mind boggling number.

Should It Be Illegal to Indoctrinate Kids With Religion?

Forcing religion onto minors is a form of child abuse, which limits their ability to consider the world in an unbiased manner.

Pastor Claims He Has Seen Aborted Fetuses Hug Jesus In Heaven

Pastor Jesse Duplantis claims that heaven takes on all aborted babies as well as any child who dies before the “age of accountability”.

One Catholic Priest Destroyed the Entire Mayan Written Language

The priest, Diego de Landa, wiped out all knowledge of the written language, and nearly destroyed the spoken language too.

Religion in US ‘worth more than Google and Apple combined’

Religion in the United States is worth $1.2tn a year, making it equivalent to the 15th largest national economy in the world.

How local wise-women who carried on ancient traditions were exterminated by Christianity

The church likes to pretend that “only a few hundred thousand” were murdered, but secular sources estimate as many as nine million.

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