Exactly right. Atheists have opinions about god, man, creation, afterlife, morality, truth and purpose in life. All of these opinions have religious implications and thus are “religious” topics. Taken together, they are part of a “religious” worldview. So atheists are just as “religious” as Christians or Muslims. Their “religious” views are constantly being promoted in government schools to stealthily indoctrinate our kids.
May 1, 2014 at 8:14pm
I wouldn’t necessarily say that Carney is the worst Press Secretary ever. It’s just that he is serving the worst President ever. What would you do if you served in a position where you are more or less forced to lie on a continual basis (other than resign)?
Not only do we have the worst President we have ever elected to the office , We also have the worst Secretary of State and had when Hillary Clinton held the office but the worst Vice President , Attorney General Speaker of the House and don't leave out Harry Reid !
April 11, 2014 at 2:02pm
You are absolutely right. NOBODY is proposing to “round up” all of the 11 million illegals. That is a false “strawman” argument, and Will knows that. Shame on Will for using it. It is the type of deceitful argumentation that Obama uses.
March 21, 2014 at 6:04pm
It offends me that this group is bothering Gov. Walker. Does that mean that they have to shut up and quit talking about this? No, the “offended game” only goes one way. It’s the Libs’ double-standard “tolerance” game once again.
Coloring pages? Yeah, whatever. Not very scientific. I hope they at least asked some artistic people. Some people express themselves better musically. How about interpretive dance.
December 9, 2013 at 12:28pm
Actually, tolerance today simply means approving of politically-correct liberal policies and values. Tolerance today does NOT mean being tolerant of Christian values. Just visit any college to see this in action.
Another way of saying what Glenn just said is the abuse of the press may result in future generations of children saying, this guy did not use the press to inspire us, he used it to punish his political enemies?
October 25, 2013 at 8:08pm
In the country, you are more independent and have less government services. In the city, you are much more dependent on government services (trash collection, etc.), and so it is rather natural for people to become much more agreeable with government intervention. It is also often easier for people to let the government do things for them.
September 6, 2013 at 8:42pm
Those union thugs definitely are NOT Pro-Choice. They don’t want people to have the freedom to choose to be, or not be, in a union. They like to be little dictator tyrants.
September 4, 2013 at 4:06pm
I bet she is an Obama voter. She is fortunate to be alive and not raped by some guys who could take advantage of her drunken state. And now she wants a .341 tattoo to celebrate this event. It seems like she has not learned anything. What a Loser!
Even more important, their families are very proud of them!
Finally decent black youth. Now if the other 80% would act this way.
August 22, 2013 at 1:15pm
This is mostly just an attempt tp keep Blacks riled up against those evil Republicans, so that the Blacks will turn out big in the 2014 elections. It is despicable how Obama and his Dem minions are willing ot incite racial hatred in order for them to win elections. It is a perfect example of how the Dems put their own narrow interests above the interests of the country or even their Black voters. They are doing the Blacks in America a tremendous disservice by telling them that many people (White republicans) hate them. BTW, that is what one of the Chris Lane killers wrote. He said that 90% of Whites are nasty, and then he went out and did a hate crime (killing the white Australian guy). But Obama and the Dems don’t care.For them, winning elections is EVERYTHING.
August 21, 2013 at 5:14pm
Beans and rice, and eggs and bread and a few other items. That is what I mostly live on, WITHOUT food stamps. Why do I see people buying expensive food, in front of me at the local supermarket, and pay for it with an EBT card and then go out to a relatively new vehicle, while I go to my 1996 Buick. I guess I’m a chump for not stealing from other people, when I’m below the government poverty line. I was raised by my parents to NOT take money from others, even I made some dumb choices, but that’s not the way that many people think today.
August 21, 2013 at 10:16am
Atheism is a religious worldview, just like any other religion has. Atheists have varying views about the existence of god, what man is like, if there is an afterlife, and how everything got started, just like other religious people have. All of these topics have religious implications and thus are religious topics. Atheism (Secular Humanism) is the de facto religion taught in our public schools. In fact, Paul Kurtz, the leader of the Secular Humanists, was opening touting Secular Humanism as a religion until the Supreme court threw prayer and the Bible out of public schools in the early 1960s. It is a religion.
August 14, 2013 at 7:55pm
I just heard the first sound, so I guess I’m normal for 62. Many of the young people today are going to be at my hearing level by the time that they are 35 or 40. A person should not have their earphone volume up high enough so that another person can hear their music.
August 7, 2013 at 10:53am
Almost all atheists have opinions or viewpoints on the existence of god, on the nature of mankind, on how the universe came about, about whether there is an afterlife, about if there is any meaning in life, about ethics and the existence of truth. All of those topics have “religious” implications and thus are “religious” topics. Taken together, those topics form a total “religious” worldview, in other words, a religion. Secular humanism, which has the same tenets as atheism, claimed to be a religion during much of the early 20th century. All people are “religious” in that they have views on the big “religious” ideas of life.