Students can give the wrong answers and not be penalized if those wrong answers are based on the student’s "sincerely held religious belief".
These horrible stories aren’t just anomalies in red states, but rather the end game of what the GOP wants for the rest of the US.
Texas state House Bill 896, introduced earlier this year, has the potential not just to criminalize abortion, but to classify it as a homicide.
All Americans are already "coerced" into providing tens-of-billions of dollars annually in free, tax-exempt welfare to churches.
The Kentucky Legislature has passed two bills, and unless a court blocks them, abortion will effectively be banned in the state.
Trump’s Attorney General nominee William Barr is a Catholic conservative who rejects the separation of church and state.
Christian extremism as a motivator for violence is often overlooked, while clinics providing abortion services are facing growing threats.
In order to understand the current incarnation of the Republican Party, we’ll have to dive into some very dark corners of the human psyche.
In the early-50’s the US government initiated a massive, multi-pronged, multi-year campaign to demonize atheism – and it worked very well.
Politicians in Ohio are considering passing a bill that could allow abortions to be punishable with life sentences in prison, and even the death penalty.