Monthly Archives: November 2011

Christian Persecution in the U.S.

Vatican Cardinal Burke: ‘We’re well on the way’ to Christian persecution in the U.S. VATICAN, November 28, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – One of the highest ranking cardinals in the Vatican has said that the United States is “well on the way” … Continue reading

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“Christianity is like a doctor cutting people with a knife so he can sell them a bandaid.” Dan Barker @ Skeptacon IV

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Left Hemispheres: Censorship and the Religious Right

Left Hemispheres: Censorship and the Religious Right. Brooklyn Museum stands firm!

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Christian theocracy: How Newt Gingrich and the GOP would abolish courts and legislate morality. – Slate Magazine

Christian theocracy: How Newt Gingrich and the GOP would abolish courts and legislate morality. – Slate Magazine. Here are the highlights from the article:     By William Saletan|Posted Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, at 9:54 AM ET   Is the … Continue reading

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“Christianity is like a doctor cutting people with a knife so he can sell them a bandaid.” Dan Barker @ Skeptacon IV

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Pennsylvania State Senator Tells Atheists to Send Their Kids to ‘An Atheist School’ with School Vouchers | Friendly Atheist

Pennsylvania State Senator Tells Atheists to Send Their Kids to ‘An Atheist School’ with School Vouchers | Friendly Atheist. I rather like this idea! If Christians can get vouchers to send their kids to private schools and paid for by … Continue reading

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Bishops Renew Fight on Abortion and Gay Marriage – NYTimes.com

Bishops Renew Fight on Abortion and Gay Marriage – NYTimes.com. Just let me say that I’m flabbergasted that Dolan was elected President of the Council. This indicates an extremely high level of conservatism in the catholic church – much higher … Continue reading

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