Instead of embracing the moment as one that was inclusive of all beliefs, Angulo had to reject the idea that omitting "Under
I'm interested in why people ask these questions, and how their answers of "No" or "I don't know" reveal more about the questioners than about Obama. I'm also interested in how such people respond to these two questions: What is a patriot? What is a Christian?
The American Humanist Association filed a lawsuit Saturday against New Jersey’s Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District on behalf of a local atheist family seeking to omit the phrase “under God” from the school’s daily Pledge of Allegiance.
Massachusetts’ highest court on Wednesday (Sept. 4) will consider whether the daily recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance is a violation of students’ rights.
This change of tack in pledge challenges is modeled on a successful precedent laid down in the same court on gay marriage
It never ceases to amaze me that, day after day, otherwise rational parents allow their impressionable young children to partake in a ritual so rooted in conformity that it seems inimical to the principles of freedom and individualism that underpin our country.
By Jack Jenkins Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) NBC has issued a formal apology to more than 100 members of Congress
Speaking on the air, commentator Dan Hicks issued the following apology: The omission was immediately noted across Twitter
When you're a kid, you do lots of things without really understanding why: Wear a helmet, take a vitamin, don't say "suck
Religion aside, children should not be required to utter pledges and oaths of any kind. Uncritical declarations of loyalty, to country or to God are anti-educational.