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It’s Time We Put an End to the Republican Lie About Their “Christian Values”

It’s rather comical that the party that champions itself as the party of “Christian values” has Donald Trump as the man who will eventually be their presidential nominee. It goes to show you the ignorance and hypocrisy that exists among so many on the right who consider themselves beacons for “Christian values.” The truth is, […]

Crazy Right-Wing Pastor’s Recent Comments Prove Why Churches Like His Should be Taxed (Video)

I’m a huge advocate of our American right to free speech. Even as vile and disgusting as the speech is from the likes of bottom-feeding parasites like the KKK or the Westboro Baptist Church, I absolutely feel that their right to say their disgusting comments should be protected – as long as they’re not purposely advocating violence. […]

Organized Religion: The Foundation of Many of Humanity’s Problems

There’s a seemingly endless list of topics that are almost constantly debated upon, not just in the United States, but across the globe. While every country, culture and person is different – we’re also not that dissimilar from one another when it comes to a lot of things. For instance, the topic of organized religion. Throughout human history, […]

Christian Bigot Kirk Cameron: Women are Meant to be Subservient to Their Husbands

Normally this probably wouldn’t be a story I would cover, but considering Kirk Cameron has been propped up by the right as some sort of beacon for “Christian values,” and he’s used what fame he has to push his godawful (pun intended) fanatical Christian propaganda, I thought I’d have a little fun tearing apart recent […]

Newspaper Exposes Some of the Comical “Facts” Told at Montana Creationist Museum

Even though I’m a Christian, I am by no means a creationist – not even close. I think it’s absolutely ridiculous (and sort of insane) to believe that the Earth is only 6,000-years-old. It takes an incredible amount of willful ignorance to doubt overwhelming scientific evidence and believe that everything that’s ever happened occurred within the […]

Christian Right Weekly Round-Up: Pastor Pillow Caucuses the Iowa Field of Dreams

Hello, I’m Pastor Pillow! Welcome to Dyersville, Iowa, in Dubuque County!  Also known the world over as Field of Dreams!  And, thanks to a generous Third Offering during last Sunday’s Cubic Zirconium Cathedral Ministries morning service, this little stretch of wintry, shucked Iowan cornfield now belongs to me—I mean, our ministry, by way of the […]

Christian Right Weekly Round-Up: Pastor Pillow Wines and Dines all the Presidential Elephants

Hello, I’m Pastor Pillow! Thank you for joining me this evening at Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s Ocean Room.  I realize everyone is surprised to see one another again so soon after that grueling Charleston debate.  Governor Christie, now-now, no stink-eye stare at Dr. Carson.  Here, have some North Carolina osetra imperial caviar before you gobble […]

Christian Right Weekly Round-Up: Pastor Pillow Remakes the New Year

Hello, I’m Pastor Pillow! Welcome to the spiritual sanctuary of the Good Zeppelin Zerubbabel, the multimillion-dollar faith flagship of the Cubic Zirconium Cathedral Ministries air armada. I just can’t thank Jehovah-jireh enough for providing me my own personal rigid airship so that I can praise the Lord free from the restrictive chains of the Luciferean […]

Christian Right Weekly Round-Up: Pastor Pillow Places Sunday School Teacher on Administrative Leave

Hear, O, Wheaton College! … Good morning, class! I’m Pastor Pillow! That’s right, little Bobby. I’m your spiritual shepherd! What does that mean? It means I’m the person your mommy and daddy write big checks to every week to maintain their platinum-level parish membership. Actually, my official title is Cubic Zirconium Cathedral Ministries Chief Pastoral […]

Parental Freakout Over Islam In World Geography Class Causes Augusta County, VA Schools To Close

Periodically, I go back to read the local news on The Daily News Leader, the website for the paper I grew up reading. Nearly 15 years ago, I packed up my stuff and left Augusta County, Virginia – and haven’t been back since 2004. The Shenandoah Valley area is where I was born and raised, […]