Washington Post Writer Wrong about Religion, America, and the Constitution

Charles C. Hayne has written “Dispelling the myth of a ‘Christian nation’” for the Washington Post. The article begins: “Culture warriors, pseudo historians and opportunistic politicians have spent the last several decades peddling the myth that America was founded as a ‘Christian nation.’ “The propaganda appears to be working. “A majority of the American people (51 percent) believes that the U.S. Constitution establishes a Christian nation, according to the State of the First Read more […]

Another Atheist Wants the Constitution Violated

A complaint was lodged by atheist Dan L. Smith that a prayer that concludes with “in Jesus name” or the use of “Christ” is unconstitutional. “Smith has emailed council members for years, saying that people of other faiths or no faith shouldn’t have to endure a Christian prayer at a government meeting.” Because of a threat of a legal suit by Smith, the religious invocations at Longview City Council meetings have been suspended. I offer a way (see below) to beat people like Smith at Read more […]