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Chris Cuomo Schools Catholic League's Bill Donohue

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From Buzzfeed - Things Atheist Guys Love

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Things Atheist Guys LoveThey may not believe in God, but they sure care about karma.posted on July 16, 2013 at 10:03am EDTKatie…Continue

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Comment by Doone has Fremdschämen on Monday

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But it’s all sleight of hand. Religion goes together with both national and racial identity and it always has. Trump’s most religious supporters may, like him, not actually show up for church services very often, but they’re still the most religious wing of the Republican Party. They’re also the most racist wing. You might try to camouflage this with irrelevant statistics, but there’s really no way of getting around it.

Comment by Doone has Fremdschämen on Monday

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Unsurprisingly, it turns out that Trump’s core supporters are the most religious and feel the greatest amount of racial resentment. However, they don’t actually attend church a lot.

So here’s the dodge. Nearly every survey suggests that Trump’s most loyal Evangelical voters are also the most racist and xenophobic. But if you don’t like that conclusion, you can instead look at “churchgoing,” and you’ll find that it’s weak churchgoers who are the most racist and xenophobic. Then it’s a quick hop and a skip from “non-churchgoing” to “secular” and you’re all done. Religious Trump supporters are great! It’s the secular ones who are the real problem.

But it’s all sleight of hand. Religion goes together with both national and racial identity and it always has. Trump’s most religious supporters may, like him, not actually show up for church services very often, but they’re still the most religious wing of the Republican Party. They’re also the most racist wing. You might try to camouflage this with irrelevant statistics, but there’s really no way of getting around it.

Comment by Doone has Fremdschämen on Monday

Religion and Racism Still Go Hand-in-Hand In the GOP

Ross Douthat uses a new study from the Voter Study Group to defend religious Republicans:

In general, churchgoing Republicans look more like the party many elite conservatives wanted to believe existed before Trump came along — more racially-tolerant, more accepting of multiculturalism and globalization, and also more consistently libertarian on economics. Secularized Trump voters look more like the party as Trump has tried to remake it, blending an inchoate economic populism with strong racial resentments.

The problem is that the word “churchgoing” is doing a lot of heavy lifting here. How about if instead we just take a straight look at how religious people say they are? To do that, we have to read a report by the same author for the same group published a year ago, which identifies a group called “American Preservationists” as Trump’s core constituency. Here it is:

Despite being the most likely group to say that religion is “very important” to them, they are the least likely to attend church regularly….They are far more likely to have a strong sense of their own racial identity and to say their Christian identity is very important to them….They feel the greatest amount of angst over race relations: they believe that anti-white discrimination is as pervasive as other forms of discrimination, and they have cooler feelings (as measured on a feeling thermometer scale) toward minorities. They agree in overwhelming numbers that real Americans need to have been born in America or have lived here most of their lives and be Christian.

Comment by Stephen on Sunday

"Islam in a Secular Democracy" Q&A highlights - Douglas Murray, Maajid Nawaz, Raheel Raza

From the "Islam in a Secular Democracy" session of the National Secular Society's conference in London

Comment by Stephen on September 14, 2018 at 3:06pm

Spanish actor Willy Toledo is in court accused of blasphemy

Free speech advocates gathered in a Madrid cinema last night to protest the detention of Spanish actor Willy Toledo, inset, who stands accused of ridiculing God and the Virgin Mary.

The 48-year-old cinema and TV actor , according to the Guardian, is to face questioning by a judge today (Thursday) for posting a message on Facebook last year that said:
I shit on God, and I have enough shit left over to shit on the dogma of the sanctity and virginity of the Virgin Mary. This country is unbearably shameful. I’m disgusted.
His message formed part of his defence of three women who paraded in the southern city of Sevilla with a giant vagina, simulating a religious procession, dubbing it the “Coño Insumiso” or “Insubordinate Pussy”. They were charged with blasphemy after a complaint was lodged by the Spanish Association of Christian Lawyers.

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Comment by Mrs.B on September 14, 2018 at 2:31pm

Ignorance to the nth degree.

Comment by Stephen on September 14, 2018 at 2:18pm

Christian pastor: Blame sin and abortion for Hurricane Florence, not climate change

Right-wing Christian pastor Rick Joyner thinks Barack Obama is the reason we have white supremacists, so his contention that sin is responsible for the latest hurricane isn’t that big of a stretch from his overall logic.
In a video posted to his Facebook page this Wednesday, Joyner slammed an article from The Washington Post’s editorial board that contends President Trump is “complicit” when it comes to extreme weather events like Hurricane Florence, which is currently bearing down on the Carolinas. While many conservative pundits and outlets slammed the article as a nonsensical attempt to blame Trump for climate change, it’s clear that the article’s message is simply pointing out that Trump’s refusal to establish a coherent policy to combat the problem will only make it worse.
But Joyner isn’t one to spend time uncovering the true context of a story, and he mocked the Post for its “crazy” take.
“I read where The Washington Post is blaming the storm on President Trump,” Joyner said in a video excerpt flagged by Right Wing Watch. “You gotta be kidding me! How crazy can you be?”
“They were literally saying, ‘He has to take the blame for this storm because of his belief on climate change, or lack of belief in climate change,'” Joyner stated incorrectly. “All this does is make the climate change people look like bigger nuts than ever.”
Joyner then returned to a familiar refrain from televangelists and far-right preachers: that sin, in this case, abortion, is to blame for the suffering caused by natural disasters — which are sent by God as punishment.
“More than dumping too much CO2 into the air or anything else, the scripture makes it clear what causes these things,” he said.
“It is sin. Sin, which is clearly defined in scripture. One of the worst things we could do to bring a curse on a nation is the shedding of innocent blood. What could be more innocent than the unborn? And look at what America is doing.”

Comment by Onyango Makagutu on September 14, 2018 at 3:07am

God can mean anything as Doone has demonstrated below

Comment by Mrs.B on September 13, 2018 at 7:01pm

Scump lives for himself, haysoos didn't exist, & that's a crappy necklace.

Comment by Doone has Fremdschämen on September 13, 2018 at 6:53pm

Ok Mucksters, it's time to break down the Trumpanzee of the week! what do you got on this guy?

 
 
 

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