Born in the state of Virginia (formerly the Colony of Virginia and His Majesty's Most Ancient Colloney and Dominion of Virginia) at Charlottesville (in Shadwell), Thomas Jefferson grew up a British subject in ...
As with any occasion, groups adjust specific dates according to the themes of many various activities set around Christmastime.
It's common this time of year to hear the cheerful rounds, "Happy Holidays!" as we go about our business. We begin to see Christmas and holiday cards arrive in greater frequency and our excitement grows. As well, social tensions may surface . . .
Speaking of "hyper-fixation on sex", let's consider the trend of those religious who ignore, promote and otherwise support hyper-sexualization of teen girls within their sphere of influence . . . especially in entertainment. While it's true that sexualized theme and dress is not physical sex, one wonders about the hypocrisy behind a typical Christian's willingness to vicariously sell-- and accept sale... Continue Reading →
If you don't like sex trafficking, then you won't like polygamy
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 →
FFRF Legal Fellow Madeline Ziegler discusses how bible classes in public schools create the illusion of being secular despite obvious religious elements. Source: Bible classes in public schools become more insidious to fly under the radar
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 →