Denny's Waitress Walks Out When Diners Claim "Religious Exemption" From Wearing Masks
No one should have to deal with entitled jerks like these.
Evidently “stand back and stand by” is code for steal Black Lives Matter signs from churches and burn them, because the Proud Boys tore through DC doing just that this week.
COVID-denying Tennessee State Rep. David Byrd refused to wear a mask, attended social gatherings, and stated the pandemic was “sensationalized.” As the story predictably goes, Byrd caught COVID.
He then prayed for God to perform a “miracle” to spare him from needing a ventilator. Byrd is now hospitalized on a ventilator.
Two men claimed their Christian faith exempted them from being decent mask-wearing human beings, driving a Denny’s waitress to quit her job on the spot.
Newly elected Republican congressman Madison Cawthorn, who we already didn’t like for a laundry list of reasons, recently traveled to Georgia to claim Senate candidate Pastor Raphael Warnock “does not represent what real Americans believe.” Let’s just focus on the word “real” in his statement. According to cheating, sexist, lying, alleged sex offender Cawthorn, a Black, social justice-minded preacher is not a real American. It seems Cawthorn is beckoning the addition of “racist” to his resume.
I thought conservative Christians believed private companies could do business with whomever they wanted.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves declared this Sunday to be a “statewide Day of Prayer, Humility, and Fasting.”
A six-year legal battle between the American Humanist Association and a South Carolina school district that included Christian prayers in graduation ceremonies has come to an end, leaving the district with a $187,000 bill that will go straight to the AHA.
Arkansas State Sen. Jason Rapert, who erected an unconstitutional Ten Commandments monument outside the State Capitol, isn’t having any luck getting a judge to throw out the case American Atheists brought against him for blocking atheists and others who disagreed with him on Twitter.
ABC Investigations in Australia uncovered horrors of filth, forced bathroom baptisms, and psychological abuse in a Christian drug and alcohol rehab center.
Christian activist group Conservative Action Project wrote a letter declaring Donald Trump to be the “lawful winner of the presidential election,” complete with signatures of notable conservative Christians. It’s not an easy concept for Bible believers to grasp, but something that lacks evidence does not become true just because it is put into writing.
Finally, should atheist parents go along with the Santa myth, or not? Let’s discuss both sides!