Category atheists

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Roanoke, Virginia’s Christian cabal and the words of the New Testament Jesus

Blue Ridge Coalition of Reason reached out to Virginia for tolerance and the democratic way of life with liberty, justice, and the pursuit of happiness for all. Guided by principles of reason, the Coalition's message met with violence and the worse elements in Virginia's Roanoke society who reject the First Amendment of the Constitution of the USA and it promise of freedom of expression and freedom to worship or not worship as the citizen choses.Read More
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UNO Secular Student Alliance and Scott Voorhees attack on women and love of “fellow racists and extremists”

University of Nebraska-Omaha's Secular Student Alliance attempted to present its reasons for existing on the state campus, but Scott Voorhees turned the conversation into a sexist rant--a barking that UNO President James B. Milliken ignored--denying UNO students of equal treatment at the state university. Milliken's lack of action is a direct attack on the rights of UNO students for support and defense.Read More
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Bulgaria, Bulgarian Orthodox Church, Bibliolaters and how Religion turns Politics Insane and Dangerous

Open abuse of human rights is common in Bulgaria where the Bulgarian Orthodox Church calls on its members to stone gays. The government does little to protect those the Church abhores, and only acts when international groups, such as Human Rights Watch, becomes involved. Hate is an official family value in Bulgaria's Christianity.Read More
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Jessica Ahlquist and Rhode Island Roman Catholics: the attack on the wall separating state and church

Jessica Ahlquist went to court to take a prayer down from the walls of a public school. The judge who agreed that the prayer was prohibited by the Establishment Clause is a Roman Catholic, conservative, and Republican. When his ruling was made public, Cranston, RI went into overdrive to overturn the ruling, threatening school board members, sending death threats and bullying Jessica in school requiring a constant police guard--all in the name of the love of Jesus. Atheists have civil and human rights even if Christians reject that reality.Read More