Sharp Notes of Discrimination in Congress Air Alarm

Republican Representative Mark Walker apparently set the stage for more open discrimination in the workplace by leading his search for Democratic Representative Patrick J. Conroy's replacement as chaplain of the House of Representatives with the condition of a preference for a chaplain with children. In Why Do We Need a Chaplain in Congress Anyway, Rachel... Continue Reading →

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What’s Wrong with Religion from the Campaign Trails

agnostics shouldn't then also be subject to atheism as an encompassing, societally-accepted norm any more than an atheist should be subject to an encompassing theistic religion as 'normal', for

Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom – Text

In legislative bill text of the time, via Library of Virginia at Richmond and the Virginia Memory website, excerpt from Records of the General Assembly, of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom: An Act for establishing religious Freedom. Whereas, Almighty God hath created the mind free; That all attempts to influence it by temporal punishments... Continue Reading →

When Dems Disappoint

..frustration many Americans have experience over the past 50-70 years, as we've watched some of our supposed representatives turn toward endorsements...

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