What a year it’s been! Today is the perfect opportunity to take a moment to reflect on our work. Before I get into that, I would also like to hear what your experience has been! How have the issues we tackled affected you? What areas do you think should receive more attention in 2023? And…

Last Friday, New York Governor Kathy Hochul betrayed New Yorkers and all nonreligious voters: she vetoed the Secular Recovery Bill. The Secular Recovery Bill would have guaranteed nonreligious New Yorkers access to secular addiction treatment programs—instead of forcing them into religion-centered options like Alcoholics Anonymous. This life-saving legislation had passed both the New York Senate…

Fox Host Tries Confronting Satanic Leader, Goes Bad Quickly – David Pakman Show – Dex 21, 2022Fox Host Jesse Watters tries to confront Satanic Temple leader Lucien Greaves but it goes very poorly for him

As you might imagine, there is no shortage of bad legislation being proposed around the country, but here is day six of six of this series, and we’re staying right where we were yesterday, in Texas. HB643 is one of the first of a new category of bills we expect to see introduced in 2023:…

On this penultimate day in our series about awful bills in state legislatures, we are headed to Texas: Following Governor Abbott’s cruel targeting of families with trans children through the misuse of Child Protective Services, the Texas Legislature is ramping up a full slate of hate legislation targeting trans youth in 2023. SB249 is one…

Day four of our six-part series of awful bills based on religious ideology takes us to West Virginia, where reproductive rights are under assault. While this bill actually passed in September 2022, HB302 is a type of abortion ban that we expect to see replicated in various states during the upcoming legislative session. Although HB302…

Sold on Amazon. In Lawrence Samuel Shaw’s novel we meet Adolf Hitler as a manipulative, mendacious boy whose obsession with painting is met with angry distain from his conventional father. Losing his parents at an early age, the opinionated, argumentative teenager leaves his Linz, Austria home for Vienna and later Munich where he meets with…

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If you’ve followed our series on some of the worst bills we are seeing championed by the Religious Right, you may not think it could get worse. Well, brace yourself for a shockingly brazen attempt to influence students by our old friends at the South Carolina legislature: South Carolina’s H3466, or the “Academic Integrity Act,”…

Here we are, on day two of the Six Days of Awful Bills. All week, we are featuring some of the worst state bills that will be considered by state legislatures next year. They cover a number of priorities championed by the Religious Right: anti-education, anti-choice, and anti-LGBTQ policies. The bill we’re discussing today was…

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