Is there a chance in hell of starting a lobby in Washington for keeping religion out of public schools (carefull not to use the word "atheist). I see some religious activities happening here at…Continue
"Well, with the conditions you describe, the the situation re the law etc is not really fair to the children from a non religious family from the general public,as religion has the law on side in the case of public schools."
"There is a problem, ck; it's the three "prongs" of the US Supreme Court's interpretation of the First Amendment's Establishment Clause: a compelling governmental purpose, a means that least affects other factors,…"
"Hi Glen, there is no problem with religious activities propaganda at public schools.The teachers at the school could then demand an instruction session be allowed to instruct the students of the dangers of religion propaganda causing mental problems…"
"Glen, there are several organizations who lobby, file lawsuits and more in school-related issues. Here are their URLs and then short descriptions:
www.aclu.org \\\ www.ffrf.org, \\\ www.au.org, \\\ www.ncse.com
ffrf - Freedom from Religion…"
Is there a chance in hell of starting a lobby in Washington for keeping religion out of public schools (carefull not to use the word "atheist). I see some religious activities happening here at local schools. I pray (ha) that the school system is being reimbursed somehow. Even if that is happening I think some will see it as the school system endorsing religion. Also, I doubt just any religion would be allowed to use these facilities.See More
Greetings from Florida! I have found that when people find out about my beliefs, or lack thereof, they respect my choice to be an atheist. Bear in mind that I always publicly respect their choice(s) to believe even though I privately think they're batshit. It's good to meet you!
Yeah I saw that this morning. I think I sent you a message from your page, but I'm not completely sure. I will try to only be on when I am actually on. that way if you try to chat with me I should be able to answer.
Wow Glen, that's really impressive :)
I'm often surprised and let down by California, since other states are progressing faster than us on some hot topics, and we're the state with the reputation of being super liberal.