flying spaghetti monster
In his invocation, Barrett Fletcher asked that "the great Flying Spaghetti Monster rouse himself from his stupor and let his noodly appendages ground each assembly member in their seats.”
He's a Pastafarian in the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
A woman who belongs to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster was allowed to wear a colander on her head in a driver’s license photo after her original bid to do so was denied.
I can't understand why so many people who oppose abortion also oppose making contraceptives available to reduce the number of abortions. So why am I cautiously optimistic about the recent ruling by Federal Judge Richard J. Leon in favor of the anti-choice organization.
The "flying spaghetti monster" is actually a complex colony of zooids.
In a move that has rankled many in this predominantly conservative Christian state, the Satanic Temple in New York has formally applied with the Oklahoma Capitol's grounds committee to build a statue of Baphomet, a goat-headed depiction of Satan, in the state's capitol building.
Christopher Schaeffer, a Pastafarian minister, was sworn into the Pomfret, N.Y. Town Council last week wearing a colander
There are only two valid choices for a secular government agency to make, constitutionally, when it comes to allowing religious displays on its property: Allow everyone in, or allow nobody to erect such displays. What the Constitution forbids is playing favorites.
"Think this is ridiculous? We agree! Religious ideas should not be promoted in the halls of government. Protect the separation
The Flying Spaghetti Monster has joined the array of holiday displays at the Wisconsin state capitol.
Wisconsin isn't the only state capitol with a variety of displays this holiday season. A Florida man has placed a Festivus
Castillo told KLBK that the triumphant moment came after a lengthy fight with the state's Department of Public Safety that
It is appropriate to seek evidence for claims about the nature of things and it is also equally appropriate to form our opinions and ideas around it, to be mutable in our thinking and able to evaluate our observations of the universe.
We live in the 21st century, the century of biotechnology. Without an appropriate understanding of evolution, students will be at a disadvantage in the workforce. And without an understanding of anthropogenic climate change, how can we expect Tennessee children to grow up to become members of an informed electorate?
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