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    Kristians are fucking liars and assholes and can not even stand up for the REAL Jesus Christ whom is BLACK. Fuck all of them and the perfect world of yesteryear. All of you cocksucking kristian assholes, especially the non-whites, go fucking tell your shitty baby fucking pedophile padresitos, priests to yank those evil pictures of Sweet Baby blondie Jesus down and have a public burning of those fakes like they did to Beatles and Elvis records. None of you putos will do it because you will even lie to yourself. Instead of praying to Jesus the lamb of god, you have been on your knees for a white devil, king of all liars, deceiver, he resembles a long goateed horned GOAT like the DEVIL . And it was Catholic baby fuckers that brought it to the overly loyal Mexicans. Get off your knees Black Man, Brown Man!

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    Kasich Proposes Govt Agency To Espouse Judeo-Christian Values Abroad

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich is proposing a new federal agency to spread Judeo-Christian values throughout the world as a way to combat the Islamic State.

    "We need to beam messages around the world about what it means to have a Western ethic, to be a part of a Christian-Judeo society," Kasich said in an interview Tuesday with NBC. "It means freedom, it means opportunity, it means respect for women, it means so many things."

    The GOP presidential contender laid out his proposal during a larger discussion of his plan to defeat the Islamic State. The agency would promote the Judeo-Christian beliefs to places such as China, Russia, and the Middle East, Kasich told NBC.

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewir...+%28TPMNews%29


    and Kasich is supposed to the adult, the Serious One, in the Repug Klown Kar?




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    Alabama’s Roy Moore tries to block marriage equality



    In his order, Roy Moore – the Republican chief justice who made headlines last year for similarly standing in the way of same-sex nuptials in Alabama – said that the U.S. Supreme Court’s June decision only struck down the four same-sex marriage bans that were specifically challenged in the landmark case of Obergefell v. Hodges. That lawsuit was a consolidated challenge to bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee – not Alabama.

    Therefore, Moore wrote, Alabama probate judges still have a “ministerial duty” to comply with an order issued by the state Supreme Court last March to deny same-sex couples marriage licenses.

    For those unfamiliar with Moore, it’s worth noting that his legal views tend to be … how do I put this gently … unique. Alabama’s chief justice, who’s already been thrown off the court once for defying court rulings he found objectionable, has argued repeatedly, for example, that states can ignore federal court rulings whenever they choose.

    He’s also sometimes known as the “Ten Commandments Judge,” willing to use his position as a judge to advance his religious agenda. Now the jurist wants Alabama to ignore a U.S. Supreme Court ruling he finds objectionable.

    In other words, Moore, widely seen as a crackpot by America’s legal mainstream, is not to be taken seriously. The problem, of course, is that he’s still the chief justice of the state Supreme Court, who just issued an order to probate judges statewide.

    As of this morning, they’re not entirely sure whether to follow the law or follow Roy Moore’s bonkers interpretation of the law.

    Chris Stoll, senior attorney at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, told MSNBC, “I can’t speak to what probate judges are going to do. But if they fail to comply with Judge Granade’s injunction, they’re exposing themselves to risk of contempt sanctions.”

    http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-s...d=sm_fb_maddow




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    Tennessee College Gets To Boot Pregnant Homos, Keep Its Precious Taxpayer Moneys

    Carson-Newman University, a little Southern Baptist school in Jefferson City, Tennessee, ain’t ’bout ta cotton to none ‘a them queers and their pregnant slut friends. And yay, the federal government says it doesn’t have to, even though it receives federal money!

    The Federal Government just granted Carson-Newman University a waiver that allows the school to ban gay students, unwed mothers, women who’ve had an abortion and even students who may be pregnant. […][Dr. Randall O’Brien, the university’s president] says he sent a letter back in May asking to be exempt from Title 9, which says colleges are not allowed to discriminate against students. He said, “This is who we are our religious principles and in a changing world we want to reaffirm who we are and intend to be.”

    The little federal law called Title IX says schools can’t discriminate based on gender if they receive federal funding, but FOR ACTUAL yes they can, if compliance would otherwise “not be consistent with the religious tenets” of their organizations. And then Obama gaygendered Title IX up in 2014 when he said, “Yeah, ass-ram the transgenders into that law, would ya?” Oh, but it was so much gayer than that, what Tyrant Obama did:

    “Title IX’s sex discrimination prohibition extends to claims of discrimination based on gender identity or failure to conform to stereotypical notions of masculinity or femininity and OCR accepts such complaints for investigation,” reads the 46-page document. “Similarly, the actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity of the parties does not change a school’s obligations.”

    As for Dr. O’Brien, the very smart (we are sure) president of Carson-Newman, he didn’t mean to be usin’ the waiver to discriminate. Here’s what he told reporter Lauren Davis of WVLT Local News 8, about why he did it:

    “I understood that our legal counsel said that this would further establish our identity as a religious school, a Christian school.”


    But when Davis pointed out that the purpose of the waiver was to allow the school to discriminate, O’Brien disagreed.


    “I don’t know how it would be,” the president insisted.


    “Then why file the waiver?” Davis pressed.

    He dunno. O’Brien says he pinky double-dog swears the school won’t discriminate against any homogays or pregnant Palins this year,

    http://wonkette.com/596829/tennessee-college-gets-to-boot-pregnant-homos-keep-its-precious-taxpayer-moneys#qHXFh7k6IXwaky8d.99



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    Rep. Dave Brat (R) is perhaps best known for his 2014 upset of then-House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R) in a Virginia primary.

    But now that the far-right freshman is in Congress, Brat is adding to his political profile with bizarre remarks. Right Wing Watch reported this week:

    President Obama can never seem to win with Republicans, who seem to attack him for not talking about the Bible enough and then attack him even harder when he does.

    Take, for example, American Family Radio host Sandy Rios’ interview yesterday with Rep. Dave Brat, R-Va., in which Brat expressed his anger that Obama cited Christian teachings when he criticized Republicans for their attempts to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the U.S.

    The president, Brat said, is “using the Christian tradition and he’s trying to bring about compassion by bonking Republicans over the head with the Bible.

    It’s almost a comedy routine on what compassion and love is.”

    The GOP lawmaker added that Obama is “mocking his enemies in order to compel a larger federal state using the tradition of love.”


    The solution, Brat went on to argue, is for the conservative movement to claim moral authority over Scripture.

    “Our side, the conservative side, needs to reeducate its people that we own the entire tradition,” he said, adding,

    “If you lose the moral argument, you’ll lose the policy argument every time. We need to regain the moral argument where we’re so strong.”

    http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-s...d=sm_fb_maddow


    Repugs, conservatives as the party, the God-like movement of Christ! G M A F B

    Repugs are as ignorant, stupid, as they are scary. Thanks, Christian Taliban!

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    Tennessee College Gets To Boot Pregnant Homos, Keep Its Precious Taxpayer Moneys

    Carson-Newman University, a little Southern Baptist school in Jefferson City, Tennessee, ain’t ’bout ta cotton to none ‘a them queers and their pregnant slut friends. And yay, the federal government says it doesn’t have to, even though it receives federal money!

    The Federal Government just granted Carson-Newman University a waiver that allows the school to ban gay students, unwed mothers, women who’ve had an abortion and even students who may be pregnant. […][Dr. Randall O’Brien, the university’s president] says he sent a letter back in May asking to be exempt from Title 9, which says colleges are not allowed to discriminate against students. He said, “This is who we are our religious principles and in a changing world we want to reaffirm who we are and intend to be.”

    The little federal law called Title IX says schools can’t discriminate based on gender if they receive federal funding, but FOR ACTUAL yes they can, if compliance would otherwise “not be consistent with the religious tenets” of their organizations. And then Obama gaygendered Title IX up in 2014 when he said, “Yeah, ass-ram the transgenders into that law, would ya?” Oh, but it was so much gayer than that, what Tyrant Obama did:

    “Title IX’s sex discrimination prohibition extends to claims of discrimination based on gender identity or failure to conform to stereotypical notions of masculinity or femininity and OCR accepts such complaints for investigation,” reads the 46-page document. “Similarly, the actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity of the parties does not change a school’s obligations.”

    As for Dr. O’Brien, the very smart (we are sure) president of Carson-Newman, he didn’t mean to be usin’ the waiver to discriminate. Here’s what he told reporter Lauren Davis of WVLT Local News 8, about why he did it:

    “I understood that our legal counsel said that this would further establish our identity as a religious school, a Christian school.”


    But when Davis pointed out that the purpose of the waiver was to allow the school to discriminate, O’Brien disagreed.


    “I don’t know how it would be,” the president insisted.


    “Then why file the waiver?” Davis pressed.

    He dunno. O’Brien says he pinky double-dog swears the school won’t discriminate against any homogays or pregnant Palins this year,

    http://wonkette.com/596829/tennessee-college-gets-to-boot-pregnant-homos-keep-its-precious-taxpayer-moneys#qHXFh7k6IXwaky8d.99


    I had trouble deciphering that piece

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    Tennessee Lawmakers Will Throw Poor People Under The Bus To Oppose Marriage Equality

    The Supreme Court ruled definitively last June that banning same-sex marriage is a violation of the U.S. Constitution, but some lawmakers in Tennessee don’t care.

    This week, they will consider a bill that would attempt to nullify the Obergefell decision and void the marriages of same-sex couples, and its passage could cost the state billions of dollars in federal funding for programs that help the state’s neediest.

    Rep. Mark Pody (R) and Sen. Mae Beavers (R) originally filed their “Tennessee Natural Marriage Defense Act” back in September, introducing it at a “religious liberty” rally.

    HB 1412/SB 1437dictates that “natural marriage between one (1) man and (1) woman as recognized by the people of Tennessee” would “remain the law in Tennessee, regardless of any court decision to the contrary.

    Any court decision purporting to strike down natural marriage, including Obergefell v. Hodges, is unauthoritative, void, and of no effect.”


    http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2016/0...nullification/

    A slave state still wanting to secede, so it can implement Bible-based "states rights" to punish, discriminate LGBT.

    One these assholes are convinced their doing God's work, they'll stop at nothing.


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    GOP lawmakers want exemptions for gay marriage opponents

    ATLANTA (AP) — Months after the Supreme Court effectively legalized same-sex marriage, lawmakers across the U.S. are pushing bills that would give businesses and some public employees the right to refuse serving gay couples because of their religious beliefs.

    The American Civil Liberties Union opposes such bills and says variations have been proposed in 22 states — mostly by Republicans, though they aren't universally backed in the GOP. Top employers, including Delta Air Lines, Home Depot, Porsche and UPS in Georgia, warn the proposals are unwelcoming and bad for business.


    Even so, Georgia lawmakers have pressed on with a bill to allow business owners to refuse products or services for same-sex couples planning a wedding, and another that protects state employees who have religious objections to the marriages.

    Republican state Rep. Kevin Tanner, sponsor of a bill allowing bakers or other business owners to deny wedding-related services for gay couples, said he's not sure the measure has enough support to pass this year but called for a "non-emotional argument."


    "I don't think anyone really fundamentally wants to prohibit the free exercise of religion

    and the ability of people to raise their children

    and still be able to make a living

    just because they have a different belief system than someone who is their customer," he said.

    ( typically DISHONEST bullshit to justify harassment, discrimination, hate by Bible humpers)

    The odds of passage nationwide vary dramatically. Several bills are filed in states with legislatures dominated by Democrats or with a Democratic governor's veto standing in the way, such as Virginia. In Tennessee, lawmakers swiftly rejected a measure barring the state from abiding by the Supreme Court's gay marriage decision after legislative analysts projected it could jeopardize $8.5 billion in federal funding.


    Elsewhere, the measures have backing from top officials supported by conservative voters demanding a response to the Supreme Court ruling. In Kentucky — home toKim Davis, the county clerk jailed when she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of her religious beliefs — lawmakers have proposed a bill allowing clerks to remove their name from licenses. The bill matches an executive order issued by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.


    Legal experts said any bills that become law are bound to be challenged in court. But how judges may rule depends on the specific issue.


    Alexander Volokh
    , an Emory University law professor, said courts may rule against exemptions for public employees. But laws covering private businesses in states without specific civil rights protections for gay residents could stand, he said.


    "Private individuals don't have any constitutional duty to participate in gay marriage," Volokh said.


    Charles Haynes
    , founding director of the Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute, said states should be looking for ways to protect gay rights and religious belief, citing Utah's 2015 anti-discrimination law backed by the Mormon church and LGBT activists.

    The law protects LGBT residents from discrimination in housing and employment but makes exemptions for religious organizations and religious speech at work unless it harasses someone.

    http://m.sfgate.com/news/education/a...ge-6776903.php



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    Religious objections law cost Indiana as much as $60 million

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    diana may have lost as much as $60 million in hotel profits, tax revenue and other economic benefits when a dozen groups decided against hosting conventions in Indianapolis last year due at least in part to the controversy surrounding the state's religious objections law.

    A document prepared by the tourism group Visit Indy shows that the 12 out-of-state groups were surveyed and all said that the state's controversial law played a role in their decision to hold their events elsewhere.

    The findings by Visit Indy are among the first to quantify the law's financial effect, an impact that social conservatives have skeptically downplayed. Visit Indy also is among several prominent Indiana business voices advocating for statewide protections for anyone fired from a job, denied service or evicted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

    In the group's surveys, Indianapolis tourism officials asked the conventions why they chose to locate in other states, without specifically mentioning the controversial law. All 12 cited the law — and the backlash it provoked — as one reason for choosing another city, said Chris Gahl, vice president of marketing and communications for Visit Indy.

    "We'd say, 'Why didn't you select Indy?' and they proactively cited (the law) as a reason they did not select Indianapolis," Gahl said when asked about the document. "That is not news you want to hear when you are in the business of marketing a city."

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/l...126-story.html



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    The Scourge of Religious Freedom Bills Has Less to Do With Gay Marriage Than You Think

    So why is this issue suddenly so important?

    Working as a reporter covering state politics, I talk to legislators and lobbyists about these religious freedom bills everyday. And no none of their answers about why these bills are cropping up are adequate.

    Gay marriage is the answer on many liberals' lips; they say conservatives want to be protected from recognizing the rights of married gay couples. Conservatives are asserting it’s merely a response to discrimination.

    These answers are quite shallow. The deeper issue is that Christian hegemony is being substantially challenged in many social spheres, particularly for white, religiously conservative communities of Christians. What conservative voices are calling “discrimination against people of faith,” is really about loss of privilege, to these Christians in particular.

    Here’s how Christian hegemony has worked, in my experience as a non-Christian in the South:


    • Christians can largely expect people to know what their major holidays are and when they are celebrated.Many facets of government and private business are attuned to Christian holidays, with special hours or time off expected by default. This is largely not true for other religious groups, like Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, etc., with some regional exceptions.


    • Christian ways of praying are normalized. Growing up, my public school had a moment of silence following the pledge of allegiance. As a non-Christian, it was clear to me that this was a thinly veiled opportunity for prayer: Christian prayer. No one pulled out a prayer mat or davened, but some students would adopt body language that mirrored praying in church. Christian church. The same thing would repeat itself at lunchtime, as I awkwardly did not pray along with fellow students before eating. This was in one of the largest school districts in the nation.


    • Christian ways of talking about god are normalized.Down at my state capitol, I get chances to pray a lot. Sometimes the Chaplain of the Day (the House and Senate both have one, every day) or the legislator leading prayer before a committee meeting try to use inclusive language like "god of all people." But the language is still rooted in a particular theology, often with explicit references to Jesus or our heavenly father. Just to be clear: not everyone who practices a religion prays; not everyone who prays prays to Jesus; and not everyone who prays to a single god uses English to articulate a male figurehead. Christians pray to Jesus, and to a single, personified male god that is perceived as taking an active role in their lives.


    • Judeo-Christian values.Judeo-Christian values are not a thing. Judaism and the Hebrew bible are often co-opted by Christians to assert the inclusiveness or globalness of their values. If any of the sponsors of these religious freedom bills can tell me anything about Judaism, other than a convenient talking point or two for their bill(s), I would be shocked. If they could tell me anything about Islam, another Abrahamic religion, or any other religion at all, I would also be shocked. Fun fact: The last day of the Georgia legislative session falls over Purim, and the legislative session conveniently ends the day before Good Friday.


    In other, subtle ways, Christian values and culture—particularly as envisioned and lived in conservative, white communities—dominate in all spheres of American life. Or at least they have, historically. This is changing.


    Part of this is because America’s demographics are changing, with more than a quarter of the population identifying their religion as unaffiliated or non-Christian. Christian communities are also increasingly made up of immigrants and people of color, who may practice Christianity in very different ways than conservative, white Christians.

    http://www.alternet.org/belief/scour...er1050125&t=16


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    Professor who said Christians, Muslims worship same God to leave school

    Larycia Hawkins, a tenured political science professor, was due to face a disciplinary hearing after posting on social media that she would don the hijab head scarf before Christmas as a sign of solidarity with Muslims.

    http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society...o-leave-school

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    hanks, lady, for exposing Christian Taliban as hate-filled, Muslim-hating assholes. You were probably at a serious disadvantage in being black.






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    She knew what the school stands for and probably (like the teachers at Baylor) signed something saying that she agreed with their beliefs. Why get a job at such a place if you really don't believe what they believe. Is this just for the publicity or the undisclosed agreement they came to?

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    She knew what the school stands for and probably (like the teachers at Baylor) signed something saying that she agreed with their beliefs. Why get a job at such a place if you really don't believe what they believe. Is this just for the publicity or the undisclosed agreement they came to?
    maybe when she started the job, the widespread Muslim hate, mostly by Christian Taliban, eg after San Bernardino, was present, but when hate arrived, she wanted to show solidarity.

    Christian Taliban are by definition intolerant haters of other religions, since they are convinced they have The One And Only True God who loves them exclusively.

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    maybe when she started the job, the widespread Muslim hate, mostly by Christian Taliban, eg after San Bernardino, was present, but when hate arrived, she wanted to show solidarity.

    Christian Taliban are by definition intolerant haters of other religions, since they are convinced they have The One And Only True God who loves them exclusively.
    You know that the fuss was not about solidarity or what she wore. It was about her statement that Muslims and Christians worship the same God. Christians worship Christ - Muslims do not.

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    The ambassador that secretly setup the Kim Davis / Pope meeting getting the hammer

    Vatican to Replace Diplomat Who Set Up Kim Davis Meeting

    The Vatican is replacing its controversial ambassador to the U.S., who arranged the meeting between Pope Francis and antigay Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis last fall.

    Italian Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò will leave the position of apostolic nuncio, the equivalent of an ambassador, and will be replaced by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, a French-born clergyman who is currently the nuncio to Mexico, Catholic magazine America reports, citing Sandro Magister, a blogger who covers the Vatican.

    The Vatican is not expected to confirm the news until the Obama administration has agreed to the new nuncio’s appointment, the magazine notes, but it adds that “reliable sources” expect an official announcement before Easter, which falls on March 27 this year. Because of his experience in Mexico, Pierre may well emphasize immigration issues, The Washington Postreports.

    Viganò has had a different emphasis, being “often more outspoken in his antagonism to same-sex marriage than others in the church,” the Post reports. The Roman Catholic Church remains adamantly opposed to such unions, but Pope Francis has said clergy members needn’t discussthe issue constantly.

    During the pope’s visit to the U.S. last year, Viganò arranged for him to meet with Davis, the Rowan County clerk, who shut down all marriage operations in her office to avoid serving same-sex couples after the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling. After she was sued and disobeyed a federal judge's order to resume marriage operations, she went to jail for contempt of court before agreeing that her office would serve all eligible couples.

    Davis and her attorneys at Liberty Counsel, an anti-LGBT legal group, said she and her husbandmet privately with Pope Francis, who told her to “stay strong.” After news reports appeared about the meeting, held at the Vatican embassy in Washington, D.C., Vatican officials said the session was not private — the Davises were among several dozen people in a papal reception— and that the pope did not discuss the details of her situation. “His meeting with her should not be considered a form of support of her position in all of its particular and complex aspects,” a Vatican spokesman said at the time. Davis is not Catholic but a member of the Apostolic Pentecostal Christian faith.

    Vatican officials also said the pope’s only private meeting during his stay in the U.S. was with a former student from his time in Argentina. That student is a partnered gay man who now lives in Washington.

    After the meeting with Davis, observers wondered if Viganò kept the pope “in the dark” about her situation or just didn’t realize “the off-message media storm that a meeting with Ms. Davis would provoke,” The New York Times reported last fall.

    Viganò has been the nuncio to the U.S. since 2011, having assumed the position after having differences with other church officials when he served as secretary of the governorate of Vatican City State, “a position not unlike the mayor of Vatican City,” as the Times puts it, under Pope Francis’s predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI. Viganò turned 75 in January; when bishops and archbishops reach that age, they are required to submit a letter of resignation to the Vatican. Not all such resignations are accepted, and some clergy members continue their work for many more years, but it appears that Viganò will not.

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    htf does a commoner support 4 wives when theres not enough to go around?

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    Christian parents freak out over yoga exercises at Georgia school: ‘This is very scary’

    Some parents at a Georgia elementary school are balking at yoga exercises they believe violate their Christian beliefs.Administrators at Bullard Elementary School hosted a meeting with parents to address what they said were misconceptions circulating on social media about the yoga practice, reported the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

    The school’s principal also sent out an email to explain the exercises and point out to parents that some elements — such as the “namaste” greeting and other Hindu customs associated with yoga — will not be used any longer.

    But that has not calmed fearful parents, who warned against “mindfulness indoctrination.”


    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/chri...e+Raw+Story%29

    ... says Christian Taliban suffering from Christian mindlessness indoctrination.

    goddam, American "Christianity" is a stinking shitpile, esp in red and slave states.



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    Idaho Republican: Bibles in public schools ruled constitutional by ‘little Supreme Court in my head’

    The Idaho House of Representatives has passed legislation allowing references to the Bible in public schools in direct contradiction to the state constitution,

    The bill that says use of the Bible is “expressly permitted” passed the House on Monday, even though the Idaho attorney general said such a law is “specifically prohibited” by the state’s own governing document. The Idaho Constitution says, “No books, papers, tracts or documents of a political, sectarian or denominational character shall be used.”

    According to the Review, the bill’s Republican sponsor, state Rep. Sage Dixon, referred to voices in his head for approval, saying, “The little Supreme Court in my head says this is OK.”

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/idah...e+Raw+Story%29

    ... Repug red state Christian cretins.



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    lol boutons deflecting

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    lol boutons deflecting
    ... dickless spurraider hiding behind non-answers

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    lol boutons deflecting
    The victims of today's attacks aren't even buried yet and he's semen-shielding muslims with yoga articles
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    Idaho Republican: Bibles in public schools ruled constitutional by ‘little Supreme Court in my head’

    The Idaho House of Representatives has passed legislation allowing references to the Bible in public schools in direct contradiction to the state constitution,

    The bill that says use of the Bible is “expressly permitted” passed the House on Monday, even though the Idaho attorney general said such a law is “specifically prohibited” by the state’s own governing document. The Idaho Constitution says, “No books, papers, tracts or documents of a political, sectarian or denominational character shall be used.”

    According to the Review, the bill’s Republican sponsor, state Rep. Sage Dixon, referred to voices in his head for approval, saying, “The little Supreme Court in my head says this is OK.”

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/idah...e+Raw+Story%29

    ... Repug red state Christian cretins.


    Lol the little Supreme Court in my head

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    Pro-Bible district changes mind about religion in school after being forced to hand out Satanic fliers

    A Colorado school district that allowed Gideon Bibles to be distributed to students wants to remove religion from its schools after it was forced to also make atheist and Satanic literature available.
    The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) explained earlier this month that it had asked the Delta County School District to begin handing out “freethought materials” after the district refused to stop distributing Bibles to students.

    “The School District is not required to maintain this open forum and is free to close it rather than allow FFRF to distribute materials,” FFRF attorney Andrew Seidel wrote in a March 3 letter to the Delta County School District. “We do not think schools should be a battleground for religious ideas. But when schools allow the Gideons to prey on children, their message of eternal damnation for any who don’t believe in their God must be countered.”


    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/pro-...e+Raw+Story%29



    FFRF screwed the Christian supremacists good and hard.



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    FFRF doing the spaghetti monster lord's work

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    DC cop threatens woman with handcuffs when she refuses to take off hijab at public library

    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/03/d-c-...e+Raw+Story%29

    But I suppose he wouldn't cuff a Catholic nun in her "hijab".


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