Reading Time: 2 minutes This is from the American Humanist Association: The U.S. Supreme Court today reversed the earlier U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit decision in the ongoing Bladensburg cross litigation. The court will allow the Bladensburg cross to stand, but will not upset the overarching national precedent forbidding government-sponsored religious symbols. “After our earlier victory, […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes From the American Humanist Association: American Humanist Association Senior Counsel Monica Miller has concluded oral arguments in defense of the First Amendment before the Supreme Court of the United States. Miller argued that the 40-foot-tall Christian cross in the center of a busy intersection in Bladensburg, MD is in violation of the Establishment Clause. “Today […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Pro-life America, if abortion is your enemy, pro-choicers should be your allies, and Roe v. Wade shouldn’t be your target. Let me suggest where to focus your energy instead.
Reading Time: 5 minutes “Fear,” a new book by journalist Bob Woodward, shows the dangers of unmitigated lying by the president of the United States.
Reading Time: 2 minutes I was listening to a very old early episode of the now sadly defunct Reasonable Doubts podcast, and an interview with Eddie Tabash. It was fascinating stuff – I have a lot of time for him. One of the take-away points about the interview was the notion that, when voting in US elections for either […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Why do we insist that the Constitution and Bible are sacred, when the conceit distorts public policy and skews rational analysis? Some people are pushing back.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Few Americans can list the Ten Commandments, but so what? What is their relevance in modern society?