No Vote Needed: U.S. Environmental Agency Board-Interests Likely to Undergo Substantial Shift

Concern in general is legitimate. But neither by religious activism nor another personally-biased financial incentive should individuals be empowered to lead EPA actions from standpoints rooted in irrelevant predisposition

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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 →

Can an Artist be Close-minded and Succeed?

The Answer is Yes! A group of artists is much like any other group of people-- comprised of different personalities and beliefs, often changing as they navigate life. We're happy that James Cameron found atheism for himself; goodness knows people should be free to seek. What of those who've no conviction one way or the other?... Continue Reading →

The Dems’ Problem of Righteousness

As mentioned in "When Dems Disappoint", the Democratic Party has somehow developed a sect intent on the kind of personal interferences a free people should not have to worry about in their society. Democrats for Life, religious or  not, seem to aspire to the same sort of propaganda as our latest, craziest, extreme-religious Republicans in deciding the futures of... Continue Reading →

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