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Through a clever use of junk science, misrepresented scientific work, outright lies, or demeaning images, religious right groups work to stand as a roadblock to any advancement of gay equality by stigmatizing the gay community.
Judge Roy Moore has made it his mission to put religion back in government and gays back in the closet. Today, his theocracy dream is On Our Radar.
Today, in a case advocated by Christian and Muslim leaders, the Supreme Court of India re-instated a 153-year old law banning gay sex.
Glenn Beck told megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll that the religious right has “lost the war” thanks to their own “intolerance.”
The FBI this week released the latest hate crime statistics — these are for all of 2012 — and the results will probably surprise you.
American Atheists and other secular groups are taking the IRS to court over what they say is the preferential treatment the tax-collection agency gives to religious organizations.
Mike Huckabee is starting his war on the nonexistent “War on Christmas” early, and he’d like to rally the troops — or, in reality, brainwash your children — to head to the front lines.
Yesterday, Glenn Beck gave parents a lesson on how to convince their children rights come from God. Apparently, parents need to physically bully their kids into believing.
The Texas Freedom Network will sponsor a Stand Up For Science rally in Austin tomorrow, as progressives attempt to keep religion out of new science textbooks.
Actor, pundit, and comedian John Fugelsang, in honor of Independence Day, recorded this commentary, “America’s Not A Christian Nation – But Jesus Would Be An Awesome President.”
Tennessee lawmakers passed an anti-gay resolution declaring August 31 “ido4life Traditional Marriage Day.” The resolution quotes Genesis and two conservative anti-gay think tanks.
In a direct assault on the U.S. Constitution, two North Carolina state Tea Party Republican lawmakers have filed a bill to allow the state to establish an official state religion.
Stacey Campfield has reintroduced his infamous “Don’t Say Gay” bill, with enhancements, including the tattletale clause requiring school teachers and counselors to tell parents if their kids are gay.
Jonathan Phelps, son of Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps, says that “absolutely” homosexuals — gay men, lesbian women, and bisexual and transgender people — should be put to death.
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