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Arkansas Christian School Arms Staff →

Turning the other cheek, I suppose. They believe in God so strongly, but not when it comes to actually protecting them. For that, they need violence.


Ted Cruz’s father: ‘Obamacare is going to destroy the elderly’

Pastor, hyuck, hyuck, Cruz.


Ted Cruz’s father: ‘Obamacare is going to destroy the elderly’

Pastor, hyuck, hyuck, Cruz.

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Christian Judge Orders Mom to Change Baby's Name From 'Messiah' (Video) - Americans Against the Tea Party →

“The word Messiah is a title and it’s a title that has only been earned by one person and that one person is Jesus Christ.”

Christian Right act like theocratic big-government fascism when their precious little fairy tale is mildly offended.

Global Warming Denial Is Science-Proof →

This is a great article on understanding:

a) Climate change

b) The nature of science as a tool

c) The major malfunction with right-wing, anti-intellectual, climate change denier, asshats.

Mississippi Requires Public Schools to Develop Policies on Prayer - →

Gov. Phil Bryant of Mississippi has long wanted children to pray at public schools. This week, with his grandmother’s worn Bible on his desk, he signed a bill that gets him closer to that goal.

The new law requires public schools to develop policies that will allow students to pray over school intercoms, at assemblies and at sporting events.

Anti-American Christian trolls hate the Constitution, prefer theocracy.

Rand Paul to reality translation:

Rand Paul to reality translation:

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Feminism is more dangerous to the skeptical community right now than about any religion out there
Some little asshole who posts at


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With Zero Jobs Bills Passed by the US House, John Boehner’s GOP Wastes Time on Anti-Abortion Bill With No Chance of Becoming Law


It may pass the House, but that’s as far as this waste of time will get. The bill bans abortions after 20 weeks.

The legislation expected to pass the Republican-controlled House as early as Tuesday has no chance of becoming law in the near future: The Democratic-led Senate will ignore it and the White House has issued a veto threat. But the measure gives social conservatives a rare chance to promote their anti-abortion agenda and lays the groundwork for what could be a future challenge to the 1973 Supreme Court decision that confirmed a woman’s right to late-term abortions…

Some 11 state legislatures have passed similar measures. Several have been challenged in court and a federal court last month struck down a slightly different Arizona law that banned abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Anti-abortion groups said the time frame in the House bill and other state laws, which ban abortion 20 weeks after conception, is equal to 22 weeks of pregnancy.

The sponsors of the bill, named the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, also cited evidence – which opponents say is disputed – that fetuses can feel pain after five months.

“Jobs continue to be our number one concern,” says House Speaker John Boehner, and yet his party is focused on contentious social issues that have no chance of becoming law.

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