Tag: constitution

Dear Neil Cavuto, the United States is not a Judeo-Christian nation, and that’s OK

There’s no doubt that child indoctrination is powerful. In the 1950s there was a lot of nationalism in the U.S. Much of it was misguided. People influenced by that era often have fond memories of it. It’s a time when the country was prosperous and peaceful. But this had nothing to do with post World... Read more »

Separation of church and state made easy for Sarah Palin

Not being allowed governmental favoritism doesn’t take away your rights. It simply keeps your rights where they are and doesn’t take away the rights of others. Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin recently made disparaging remarks about “atheists armed with lawyers.” She apparently has an issue with court rulings that keep government from endorsing a... Read more »

James Kirk Wall replies after being called out by Glenn Beck

What is a human right? How is a universal freedom defined? How is it enforced? These questions have been discussed and debated for thousands of years. They are among the most important questions of our existence and the discussions must continue. Even though I strongly disagree with Glenn Beck on the origin of rights, I... Read more »
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Happy Fourth of July! Celebrating a godless Constitution.

The United States Constitution does not begin with “I your God” nor “I your King.” The U.S. Constitution begins with “We the People.” The USA is not a religious theocracy nor is it a monarchy. It’s a country founded on individual rights and liberty which in present day includes women and minorities more than any... Read more »

There has never been a word of god

In Australia a Muslim man was asked what was more important, Australian Law or Islamic Sharia Law. He answered Sharia Law because it comes from god, but this isn’t true. It comes from a man claiming to speak for god. The distinction is very important and needs to be repeated over and over again. Whenever... Read more »