challenging religious privilege in public life

Since the end of World War II, far-right conservatives have patiently laid the groundwork for a national climate receptive to their ideals.

The Republicans are at it again - this time by passing a bill that will allow public schools in Kentucky to teach the Bible.

Republicans are trying to pass legislation to allow discrimination against women for their personal reproductive choices.

For years, Pence has been on what Politico dubbed a “one-man crusade” to end patients’ access to care at Planned Parenthood health centers.

It is a longstanding custom of American culture to defer to the religious. We are supposed to respect the fact that they have “beliefs”.

President Trump has nominated leading anti-choice crusader Charmaine Yoest to a top post at the Department of Health and Human Services.

Tyson posted a four-minute clip on Facebook that he claimed contains what might be the most important words he has ever spoken.

The religious references in the Declaration are deistic: it’s clear that the references are not to the revealed God of Christianity.

Evangelicals’ appetite to impose themselves on others is symptomatic of their institutionalized desire for governmental and social control.

And if liberals don’t become more aware of this - and fight against it - this is the future we’re going to end up facing.