atheism · God · government · law · politics · religion · U.S. Constitution

Atheists to Arkansas schools: use “In God We Trust”, we’ll sue

American Atheists, an organization started by the late Madalyn Murray O'Hair, has sent a letter to practically every school superintendent in Arkansas threatening to sue them if they abide by a new law signed by Governor Asa Hutchinson in April. The law, Arkansas Act 911, requires public schools, public libraries, and any other public building… Continue reading Atheists to Arkansas schools: use “In God We Trust”, we’ll sue

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crime · drugs · End times · government · law

The straight dope on Portugal’s decriminalization of drugs

Portugal has been praised by both conservatives and liberals as a success regarding its decriminalizing all drug use. It has been deemed so successful, other nations like Canada have consulted with Portugal's drug czar for ideas on curbing their drug problems. They base their proclamations of success on the number of deaths from overdoses being… Continue reading The straight dope on Portugal’s decriminalization of drugs

Christianity · End times · government · greed · law · politics · religion · wisdom

How and why God outlawed mob rule and evil quid pro quo

When God called Israel out of Egypt, his goal was to establish a godly, lawful society that would prosper and be different than the idolatrous, lawless societies that were predominant in that day--the same reasons the church is called out of the world today. Their lawlessness and idolatry went hand-in-hand and served only to weaken… Continue reading How and why God outlawed mob rule and evil quid pro quo

children · drugs · End times · family · government · humanity · law · life · politics · psychology

Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

A four-year Canadian study in Montreal that examined 4,000 teens in 31 high schools in Montreal and its suburbs found that when teens went from occasional marijuana use to weekly or daily use, their psychotic episodes became "more exaggerated and more frequent..." The study was done in light of Canada's plans to legalize recreational use… Continue reading Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

Bible · Christianity · End times · government · human rights · law · preaching · religion

Street preachers in the UK win their appeal

An appeals court has overturned the convictions of two street preachers in the UK. Michael Overd of  England and Michael Stockwell of the US were initially arrested for preaching at a shopping center in Bristol, England, after being heckled by some Muslims in the crowd even though their sermon was against all sin in general… Continue reading Street preachers in the UK win their appeal

crime · freemasonry · government · law

Freemason ex-cops face criminal charges over Hillsborough soccer tragedy

Twenty-eight years after Britain's worst sports disaster at a soccer (football) stadium in Hillsborough, England, on April 15, 1989, a thorough 14-month investigation has led to six ex-cops being charged with negligence and misconduct over the senseless, avoidable deaths of 95 of 96 Liverpool fans. This is the first time any individuals have been charged… Continue reading Freemason ex-cops face criminal charges over Hillsborough soccer tragedy

Bible · Christianity · education · law · religion · school · U.S. Constitution

Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

A law allowing the Bible to be included as a topic for social studies electives will take effect in Kentucky this Friday, June 30, after Kentucky's governor, Matt Bevin, signed a bill passed by both houses of the Kentucky legislature. School boards around the state will take part in helping craft curricula to establish parameters… Continue reading Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

Bible · Christianity · education · human rights · law · religion · school

Christian school ordered to ban offensive Bible verses

The school board in the small town of Battle River, Alberta, in Canada is attempting to bully Cornerstone Christian Academy into dropping any teachings about any Bible verses that may be offensive to anyone. John Carpay, an attorney with Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom, a Canadian constitutional law non-profit, is taking up the legal battle… Continue reading Christian school ordered to ban offensive Bible verses

Bible · crime · End times · God · human rights · judgment · law · religion · sexuality · sodomy

The end times rape culture

No one deserves to be raped, whether female or male, child or adult, incarcerated prisoner or law abiding citizen roaming free. It's just as wrong for a female to rape a male as it is for a male to rape a female regardless the age or status of the victim. Thanks to various women's movements… Continue reading The end times rape culture

Christianity · crime · human rights · law · religion

Pastor in Nicaragua gets 30 yrs in prison for exorcism-by-fire

Juan Gregorio Rocha Romero, a 23-year-old pastor in Nicaragua, and three of his followers (including two of his brothers) were given a maximum penalty of 30 years each in prison for the crimes they committed by performing their warped version of an exorcism. The ordeal took place in February when a 25-year-old woman sought the… Continue reading Pastor in Nicaragua gets 30 yrs in prison for exorcism-by-fire