Posted inLaw

The Supreme Court rewarded religious schools. Maine lawmakers fought back.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that taxpayers in Maine had to cover the costs of private religious education even when Christian indoctrination was front and center. It was a horrible decision loudly derided by church/state separation advocates. But state lawmakers may have found a way to nullify its effects. Carson v. Makin involved a […]

Posted inLaw

Atheist sues company that fired him for not coming to daily prayer meetings

Reading Time: 3 minutes A lawsuit filed Monday by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claims that two employees at a North Carolina-based company were fired for not participating in the daily Christian prayer meetings. The complaint was filed on behalf of John McGaha (an atheist) and Mackenzie Saunders (an agnostic) against Aurora Pro Services, a company that handles […]

Posted inReproductive rights

The Christian nationalist dream of overturning Roe is a nightmare

Reading Time: 5 minutes On Sunday, conservative Christian pastors across America will celebrate the terror they’ve unleashed upon the nation. With a 6-3 ruling by the Supreme Court this morning to overturn Roe v. Wade, leaving women’s bodily autonomy dependent on whether Republicans control their state legislatures, white evangelicals and conservative Catholics and their allies won a game they […]

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