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Hundreds of atheists should march for persecution reminders, too

It’s World Humanist day today, in case you were unaware. For whatever reason, it doesn’t get the advertising it ought. For more about it, I quote from the International Humanist and Ethical Union: Marking the day is a way to … Continue reading

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Desire for “Christian community” not fair to Muslim Americans

Or any other group, for that matter. I don’t have the chops to do this story justice, I’ll admit (go see Paliban Daily’s take on it), but I thought it was interesting enough to write about anyway. Lancaster residents were … Continue reading

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Stand up for Jesus

Because he can’t stand up for himself, I suppose, since he’s dead and never coming back to explain anything he may have said that’s been blown out of proportion ever since. But just keep on fighting those stupid battles over … Continue reading

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Brookstone can have my business, too

I love silly persecution stories. This one I find via World Net Daily. Apparently a man was ejected from his job with Brookstone for telling a gay co-worker how wrong it is to be gay. Peter Vadala was fired, and … Continue reading

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Home Depot deserves my business

Why? Because they stuck to their guns over a god-promoting piece of tin on an employee’s vest and fired him after they warned him what would happen if he didn’t remove it. A former cashier for The Home Depot who … Continue reading

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Holy cross equals job loss?

That appears to be the threat hanging over one very devout nurse: Shirley Chaplin, a committed Christian, has been told by her employers that she must hide or remove the cross or remain out of the hospital wards. I don’t … Continue reading

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