Monthly Archives: April 2016

In Which God Do We Trust?

Apr 28, 2016 | | Say something

In which god do we trust, specifically, as a nation? Do you know? Is it the Jewish god, or the Muslim god, or the Christian god, or some Universal god? Which god do you think the later amenders of the ‘Founder’s constitutional intent’ meant? Don’t you think it’s important to know? The answer is in […more]

Creation Science Tax Breaks Are Constitutionally Wrong

Apr 27, 2016 | | Say something

Kentucky is giving a tax break to a Noah’s Ark Theme Park, in essence allowing this park to be partly funded with citizen’s money. Muslims, Jews, Atheists, Humanists, and on and so forth are all being required to subsidize the building of a Christian religious theme park. Not only is this unethical, it is highly […more]

Really? Upset That Harriet Tubman Is Now On The Twenty?

Apr 21, 2016 | | Say something

I hear that White folk are losing their damn minds over this. How dare! A woman! A black woman! On the face of the twenty dollar bill they must look at and hold and share with others! … What they should be outraged about is: How dare Andrew Jackson, a slave owner, be on the […more]

Don’t Believe The USA Was Founded As A Secularist Nation?

Apr 20, 2016 | | 1 comment

Don’t believe the U.S.A was founded as and intended to be a Secularist nation? Here’s education into the mind of one of its thinkers, Thomas Jefferson. “A product of the Age of Enlightenment, Jefferson was keenly interested in science and the perplexing theological questions it raised. Although the author of the Declaration of Independence was […more]

Sitting Out The Pledge Of Allegiance

Apr 18, 2016 | | Say something

America was founded deliberately as a secularist nation by the “founding fathers” of the United States. They had no such words as “under God” or “in God” in the pledge or constitution, because they believed this nation to be a nation that affirms and believes in Separation of Church and State. “under God” was added […more]

Why we don’t need gun rights!

Apr 16, 2016 | | Say something

Remind me again why we need assault rifles in the streets and stores of America? Oh, yeah, that’s right – to protect us from homegrown American religious fundamentalist terrorists. You know, the ones who base their violent extremist idealism, predominately, on Christian theology and, in minority, on Islamic theology. So, of course, we need “responsible” […more]

What Separation of Church and State Clearly Says

Apr 13, 2016 | | Say something

“Article Six of the United States Constitution provides that “no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States”. Prior to the adoption of the Bill of Rights, this was the only mention of religion in the Constitution. The first amendment to the US Constitution […more]

In God We Should Not Trust

Apr 13, 2016 | | Say something

In the 1950’s, White Christians voted to add the words “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance in defiance of Separation of Church and State, to signify America as a Christian nation. The subsequent phrase of “In God We Trust” was added to this country’s paper currency. For years, Christianity has been teaching that the […more]

Why Do We Even Have Voting Booths?

Apr 12, 2016 | | Say something

“Their (the People’s) votes don’t matter.” Why do the People of this country even go to the polls, an encouraged civic duty, when at the delegate and electoral college levels it doesn’t matter how the People voted? Each citizen – mandatory – one vote! No more delegates and electoral middle-men. American democracy needs to return […more]

This sure didn’t come from Torah, the gay bigotry of modern religions

Apr 11, 2016 | | Say something

If you read Torah, the ancient Jewish literature (known as the “Bible”), you’d know that homosexuality itself is not condemned nor of concern. Neither is homosexual lifestyle and culture. Torah only focuses on two specifics acts of homogenital behavior and, when referencing such male-on-male behaviors (lesbianism is never referenced), it is always in the context […more]