Tag Archives: theocracy

Focus On The Family Warns Parents About How To Spot Gay Activism In Schools

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Catholic TV Host: It’s Time To End Democracy, Install Catholic Dictatorship

JMG reader Bernard tips us to this post by Pharyngula bloggger PZ Meyers: We’ve been doing politics all wrong. Michael Voris has the answers. The problem with democracy is all these voters with different views on things like abortion and homosexuality, where people who vote for such things are just rotten parasites who want to destroy civilization. So he has …

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Family Research Council Election Advisory: Lincoln Wants You To Vote For Christians

A YouTube commenter on this clip provides these quotes to the contrary: Lincoln: “The Bible is not my book nor Christianity my profession. I could never give assent to the long, complicated statements of Christian dogma.” Lincoln: “My earlier views of the unsoundness of the Christian scheme of salvation and the human origin of the scriptures have become clearer and …

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Family Research Council Election Advisory: There Is No Morality Without Religion

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Family Research Council Election Advisory: Make Sure You Only Vote For Christians

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PhoboQuotable – Randy Thomasson

“Natural marriage, voter rights, the Constitution, and our republic called the United States of America have all been dealt a terrible blow. Judge Walker has ignored the written words of the Constitution, which he swore to support and defend and be impartially faithful to, and has instead imposed his own homosexual agenda upon the voters, the parents, and the children …

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Sharron Angle: This Is One Nation Under God, Not Under Government

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Cindy Jacobs Joins Call For 40-Day Fast So Jeebus’ People Get Elected

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Christianist Preachers Call For 40-Day Fast For Election Of Anti-Gay Candidates

Right Wing Watch tips us to Rev. Jim Garlow and Rev. James Robison calling for a 40-day fast in advance of the midterm elections so that Jeebus will put anti-gay candidates in office. Robison: “I’ve signed the Manhattan Declaration and I would have signed it in my blood.” You might recall Garlow’s 2008 claim that “same-sex marriage is worse than …

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Crazyland At The Texas Textbook Debate

The battle to rewrite the textbooks used by school districts all over the nation is nearly over as Christianists attempt to revise history. The Fox clip below is, of course, full of assholery.

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Sarah Palin’s Theocracy: America Should Be Ruled By Biblical Law

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Texas Rewrites History

Christianist extremists have successfully rewritten American history. Here’s just a few of the textbook changes approved by the Texas State Board of Education. -The Board removed Thomas Jefferson from the Texas curriculum’s world history standards on Enlightenment thinking, “replacing him with religious right icon John Calvin.” -“Teachers in Texas will be required to cover the Judeo-Christian influences of the nation’s …

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Texas: Conservatives Strong-Arm Textbook Curriculum Advisory Panel

The Texas State Board of Education is easily the most influential group in the nation when it comes to the subjects studied in public schools. Their recommendations directly affect the make-up of the textbooks sold to school systems all over the country. Naturally, therefore, Christianists and assorted wingnuts fiercely lobby the TSBOE, including from within, to ensure that American kids …

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Quote Of The Day

“The national government will maintain and defend the foundations on which the power of our nation rests. It will offer strong protection to Christianity as the very basis of our collective morality. Today Christians stand at the head of our country. We want to fill our culture again with the Christian spirit. We want to burn out all the recent …

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The March Towards Theocracy

The Family Policy Council of Washington state, stinging from their R-71 defeat, says that any legal basis for separation of church and state is a myth. And it’s perfectly fine to make laws based on the Bible. Transcript via Lurleen: No, the phrase “separation of church and state” does not appear anywhere in the United States or Washington State constitutions. …

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