Conservative Christians in Texas use public schools to teach students that Moses influenced the U.S. Constitution and other Bible based non-sense.
A state district judge in Comal County said God told him to intervene in jury deliberations to sway…
Using taxpayer funds to rebuild these churches would be a complete violation of church/state separation.
The measure allows publicly funded adoption agencies to refuse to place children with non-Christian, unmarried or gay prospective parents.
In their quest to gut SNAP (food stamps), Republicans often point to unemployed adults as freeloaders straining the system because they choose not to work.
On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of a family accused of not teaching their children anything because they were waiting to be “raptured.”
It’s for the best that this lawsuit isn’t going anywhere.
The sheriff’s action is a minor skirmish in a longstanding siege on the wall of separation between church and state, but it is also one whose outcome could very much depend on who gets to fill the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia’s vacant seat on the Supreme Court.
“Amber Barnhill recently moved her kids to a small south eastern Texas town called the city of China. There she found out what Lilandra and I have been complaining about for so long. All the local schools push their Christian religion. They do it overtly, during school hours, and as part of all curricular activities.”
A gay Texas couple wins their lawsuit against the clerk who refused to issue a marriage license to them.