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Private/Parochial/Amish Schools = Concentration Camps


Catholic schools are concentration camps. Amish communities are concentration camps. How come? IT IS SIMPLE! Because they are being purposely held apart from the rest of this country. 1,864 more words


Superstition is not religion. Belief without evidence is not religion. Faith without facts is not religion. What is religion? To love justice, to long for the right, to love mercy, to pity the suffering, to assist the weak, to forget wrongs and remember benefits – to love the truth, to be sincere, to utter honest words, to love liberty, to wage relentless war against slavery in all its forms, to love wife and child and friend, to make a happy home, to love the beautiful; in art, in nature, to cultivate the mind, to be familiar with the mighty thoughts that genius has expressed, the noble deeds of all the world, to cultivate courage and cheerfulness, to make others happy, to fill life with the splendor of generous acts, the warmth of loving words, to discard error, to destroy prejudice, to receive new truths with gladness, to cultivate hope, to see the calm beyond the storm, the dawn beyond the night, to do the best that can be done and then to be resigned – this is the religion of reason, the creed of science. 9 more words

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Tell Congress: No Partisan Political Activity With Tax Exemptions

Each October, under the guise of “Pulpit Freedom Sunday,” religious leaders across the United States purposefully break federal law by endorsing or opposing candidates for public office. 368 more words

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Waddell: Don’t let churches turn into political organizations

Donald Trump supports changes to the tax code that would allow religious institutions to act like PACs. 740 more words

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Saudi Arabia's Double Standard

Saudi Arabia arrested 19 year old internet celebrity Abu Sin for flirting with an American woman in videos that were posted on line. The flirtations were harmless fun, and the object of his affection made no complaints to authorities about them. 156 more words


FFRF Maine had a booth at the Common Ground Fair over the weekend. We had a ton of people stop and, thanks to those who helped out, it was a great success. 274 more words

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This is a summary of the FFRF Maine meeting at the Curtis Library, Brunswick on September 10, 2016.

Attendees:  Tom W.; Tim B.; Nathan G.; Ron L.; Bob S. 576 more words

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