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The Second Amendment and Rights

Reading Time: 12 minutes A thread has recently exploded when I posted about the Second Amendment and drawing the line between acceptable and unacceptable weaponry. On the thread, one particularly obvious common denominator sprung up with all of the gun advocates, the idea of “rights”: A right is no less a right just because time goes by and technology […]

Posted inThe Secular

The Unconstitutionality of the 40-Foot-Tall Cross

Reading Time: 2 minutes This comes, with permission, from the American Humanist Association: (Washington, D.C., November 2, 2018) – Moments ago, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear arguments from the American Humanist Association’s (AHA) legal team regarding the unconstitutionality of the 40-foot-tall Christian cross towering over a busy Bladensburg, Maryland intersection. This will be the AHA Appignani […]

Posted inThe Secular

Pastafarians have arrived!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Pastafarians have hit the headlines in various forms over the last few weeks. Firstly, Pastafarian weddings have been allowed in New Zealand (and someone I work with is the cousin of one of the first wedded couple, and I am hoping to get a first hand account). Then, a court in the US declared Pastafarianism […]

Posted inUncategorized

What Would a Religious Constitution Look Like?

Reading Time: 3 minutes The U.S. Constitution is secular, which provides protection to both atheists and believers, but this trait is under attack by Christian revisionists. They pretend that it’s actually religious. Let’s consider what a religious constitution would actually look like.

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