Fox's Jonathan Hoenig with the most ridiculous false equivalency of the week.
Just a few days ago, the Supreme Court of the United States determined that American corporations are not only people; they are religious people. This is quite an amazing evolution for businesses who exist primarily to make money for their owners.
Call this one a 7.0 response to an 8.0 earthquake. The devil is hiding in the footnotes of Justice Sotomayor's dissent to a Supreme Court order.
Chaplain "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt, an ordained minister says he's running for the state legislature of Colorado to oppose (get this) a 'Democratic theocracy.' I'm not kidding.
Females are mere things in far too many cultures.
Fundie religion really brings out the crazy in people.
The AFA's Bryan Fischer is back at it again, this time finding new ways to offend women.
Richard Nixon ushered in the War on Drugs. George W. Bush, the War on Terror. And now Rick Santorum introduces the War on Porn. Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says that “America is suffering a pandemic of harm from
Frank Schaeffer is the go-to guy for the scoop on what the Religious Right is up to. Wednesday he appeared with Thomas Roberts to discuss Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and the sudden preoccupation Republicans have with religion and wedge issues
For this one, let's start with a good definition of "theocracy." the·oc·ra·cy a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, the God's or deity's laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical