Monthly Archives: October 2012

In Honor of Jesusween!

As a nod to those Christians who felt the need to put a double coat of God on the pagan holiday of Samhain – first, by the creation of Halloween, and then the addition of Jesusween for even more unwelcome … Continue reading

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I’m Down With Black Hawk.

Sounds like more of a Christian than some Christians I know.  This other quote is attributed to him as well: … from my intercourse with the whites, I have learned that one great principle of their religion is “to do … Continue reading

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Spot the Loonie, Fundie-Style

Richard Mourdock or Abu Hamza? This week, Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock became the latest in a string of Republicans to say really, really stupid things about women while campaigning for office in 2012. In a debate with Democratic opponent … Continue reading

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Just Like My Elephant Gun …

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Atheists Don’t Represent You.

Today I learned that California Representative Peter Stark is in a fight for his political life right now, in part due to the attacks from one of his Democratic rivals over his non-belief.  Apparently he came out as an atheist … Continue reading

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Wait, God Did This on Purpose??

Eric and Ruth Brown Accept Daughter Pearl Joy’s Illness Holoprosencephaly As ‘God’s Will’ NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) Eric and Ruth Brown believe nothing about daughter Pearl Joy’s life is a mistake. They say God gave Pearl her bright red hair and … Continue reading

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