The First Amendment Center reports that a majority of Americans aren’t fooled by Religious Right lies about church-state separation in the Constitution . . . but a sizable minority, 3 in 10, swallow it hook, line, and sinker.
A conservative blogger in Delaware has come out in support of Americans United’s lawsuit challenging the Sussex County Council’s weekly recitation of the Lord’s Prayer to open its meetings.
It has always been a mystery to me why more
I’ve got nothing against faith, and I’m all about freedom. But I don’t have any use for Ralph Reed’s Faith & Freedom Coalition.
As my colleague Rob Boston reported yesterday, the FFC is in Washington, D.C., today and tomorrow to hear from
Bart Simpson showed up at the Illinois legislature yesterday to lobby for Scientology in the public schools. Well, not Bart himself. It was Nancy Cartwright, the actress who does Bart’s voice on the Fox cartoon comedy “The Simpsons.”
David Barton is the scariest Religious Right leader you never heard of. But that’s beginning to change. Yesterday, The New York Times offered readers a front-page report on Barton, a “self-taught historian who is described by several