Should be easy to track these groups and organize a response team. Remember when the Westboro Church folks were disrupting soldier’s funerals and the police couldn’t or wouldn’t do anything the Patriot Guard formed to block them. Well it should not be that difficult to track this group. They are all coming from the Atlanta University Center(AUC), an area where 4 almost completely Black schools are located, (Spelman,Morehouse,Clark Atlanta,ITC). These are organized on Twitter, infiltrate their network and when next Sunday’s target is announced send 50 people to confront them. Personally I suggest singing DIXIE, as I’m sure they would find great offense in that.
And who is protesting the segregation at this Black schools, were are the Whites, Asians and Latinos? Nowhere to be found.
>> Should be easy to track these groups and organize a response team
Make that a "tactical" response team!
 March 12, 2015 at 1:13am
The actual standard, based on a SCOTUS decision last year, is that it would be approved for the principal to open the day with readings from the bible but he would also have to grant other religions access. In Florida a judge approved the distribution of Christian literature so the Satanists offered coloring books, a 10 commandments plaque was allowed in Oklahoma so the Satanists are installing a statue of the Devil. The standard is either all are allowed or none are allowed. Be careful what you wish for there will be unintended consequences. Plus this will cost the school district legal fees with a high probability of loss.
That's nonsense. There are thousands of religions. If we put up a copy of the ten commandments, then we have to put up a statue of the Australian aborigines kangaroo god too. We should establish that America is a Christian nation and leave it at that . It would be consistent with America's traditions and founding.
[-8] March 9, 2015 at 5:20pm
Except that this is all without any merit and full of nothing more than “what ifs”. While many states and municipalities already allow transgender individuals use the restrooms and lockers of their self-identified gender, there has NEVER BEEN ONE SINGLE INCIDENT reported of any violation of any kind.
Christianity warps your sense of sexuality and seems to make you paranoid and full of hate
'Christianity warps your sense of sexuality'
This MAN wallows in the pit of moral depravity, two of HIS favorite FB sites..."You Look So Beautiful When You Are Gagged"...”Pole Spin Magazine”...he is indeed warped.
2 seconds of googling turns up a case of a woman attacked in a women's bathroom by a man dressed like Barbie.
March 7, 2015 at 7:07pm
You can easily tell when O’Reilly is lying – it’s a weekday between 8 and 9PM eastern time, 7 to 8 central
 March 2, 2015 at 10:18pm
You really have to wonder how this survey sample was obtained? Must be fill of 60 year old evangelicals. Aiming educated folks under 40 this sort of bigotry is a big looser
 February 25, 2015 at 7:05pm
There are now 23 states where the largest religious group is “unaffiliated” — a testament to the changing religious landscape in the United States. In another 20 states the Nones are the #2
Public Religion Research Institute captured many of these shifts in its American Values Atlas, which it released on today, the fastest growing segment of the population are nontheists, the Nones. Advertising by groups like the Freedom From Religion Foundation and others is helping the smart folks who’ve given up on 2000 year old myths realize that it is perfectly acceptable to deny the supernatural and superstitious. See the study here: https://ava.publicreligion.org/
"That is an unfortunate exception, a loophole we need to close."
Yeah there is still some freedom and morality left in America you Radical atheists haven't stamped it all out yet.
[-5] February 23, 2015 at 7:33pm
There is not a Civil Rights law that allows a religiously-based prejudice to be used to supplant the rights of protected classes. This has been adjudicated repeated and courts on all levels have agreed, your superstitious aversions to certain citizens for whatever reason are not protected.
[-2] February 23, 2015 at 5:25pm
Section (f) applies
February 23, 2015 at 5:20pm
I always have suspected guns were a religion, The Holy Order of the Firing Pin? Southern Bangtists Blessedly Be the Gun Range
[-2] February 23, 2015 at 5:17pm
Religion is a protected class, that is more clearly a choice that sexual orientation. That is obviously a choice of a lifestyle.
February 23, 2015 at 5:14pm
Those signs in most jurisdictions have laws allowing firearms prohibitions in businesses.
[-1] February 23, 2015 at 5:13pm
Just tortured a little bit, maybe water boarded.
[-2] February 23, 2015 at 5:12pm
One bad law.
[-4] February 23, 2015 at 5:10pm
No Civil Rights law allows a business owner to pick and chose whom they will serve. Your god is not protection for bigotry, discrimination or prejudices.
She's not refusing to serve these people. She's refusing to serve a specific activity.
Would you insist that a gay sign maker create signs for Westboro?
We need to get rid of sx devients as a protected class. It is not the same as skin color, gender, or age. It’s insane.
What specific activity beyond making a flower arrangement is she refusing?
Did the gay couple ask the florist to participate in the honeymoon?
Where exactly does Westboro church go to get their signs painted?
[-11] February 23, 2015 at 5:08pm
She was offered a good deal. She foolishly refused. Crush her business, bankrupt her and make a obviously aggressive and cruel example out of this floral bigot.
agreed! unfortunately, we must destroy her to teach the other bigots to HEEL!
Freedom of religion, except if I disagree with your religion?
She may have been foolish to refuse the deal, but she stood up for her principles.
I admire her courage in this experience. She should not be " crushed".
Show the same compassion you have been seeking from the Christian folk.