The U.S., according to our founding fathers and our supreme law of the land, is not a Christian nation. It’s not a religious nation of…
The GOP depends on the most fundamentalist, socially conservative Christians because they cannot win elections without their base.
The Christian Right have been attempting to break the separation of Church and State since at least the latter half of the 20th century.
John F. Kennedy delivered a speech on September 12, 1960, stressing the importance of the separation of church and state.
Over the years, Religious Right groups have constructed an entire false narrative to compete with the real story of religious freedom in America.
This isn’t the first time House Republicans have tried to force their anti-woman agenda upon the residents of the District of Columbia either.
Senator James Inhofe believes that climate may be changing but that it has absolutely nothing to do with human activity like burning fossil fuels.
Without the fear of divine punishment looming over your head, it’s impossible to know right from wrong or have any morals or values whatsoever.
The claim that the Church is not active in politics and is not mixing religion and politics is dangerous to American democracy.
This discrimination, unjustifiably attributed to a Higher Authority, has provided a reason or excuse for the deprivation of women’s equal rights...