Kemple Runs a Fundamentally Stealth Campaign

June 12, 2010

Terry Kemple, the Bell Shoals Baptist based Christian crusader against everything from bikini bars to bathrooms is running for a seat on the Hillsborough County School board.  This a county wide seat to oversee almost 200,000 students and over 11,000 teachers working at about 250 schools in the 8th largest school district in the country. [...]

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Saving America’s Children

February 11, 2006

This LA Times article speaks for itself. Go read the whole thing. I just want to add that, as illustrated by the excerpted bit below, even kids who are getting the right upbringing – homeschooling, bible study, faith based healing, et al. – can fall prey to the wicked secularist rantings of science based theorists. [...]

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Keyboard Kommando Krusades for Freedom

January 16, 2006

Relax everyone – tonight you can rest easy. A pasty faced loser with an Internet connection is protecting us all from the crusading hordes of brown skinned people who wish to run rampant over our superior society. He’s young enough to enlist, but he knows that people like him – white people with diplomas and [...]

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Government Kidnaps Christian Children!

January 13, 2006
Government Kidnaps Christian Children!

Lori Allain, victim of sinful persecution! RL here. Well, the fascist army of the godless government is at it again. First, we had Waco and Ruby Ridge. Now Tom’s River will forever be invoked with the same prayerful short intake of breath. On Wednesday, God’s soldiers Arthur and Lori Allain were unlawfully apprehended in a [...]

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Schiavo forms PAC

December 8, 2005

Michael Schiavo is back. The husband of the Pinellas County woman who became the focus of a national end-of-life controversy has started a political action committee to keep the heat on politicians who tried to intervene in the case and fight his efforts to remove her feeding tube. “The easiest thing would be to move [...]

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AMERICAblog: Call to action

December 5, 2005

Ford Motor Company is regressing toward the philosophy of its founder. Background: In a nutshell, the rabid homophobes at the American Family Association threatened Ford with a boycott earlier this year because they were advertising in the gay press. Suddenly in June the AFA called off their threatened boycott because local Ford dealers had contacted [...]

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Who would Jesus kill?

December 3, 2005

SP Times: Jurors prayed before deliberating whether 11-year-old Carlie Brucia’s killer should live or die. They prayed again five hours later when a count of secret ballots showed they had voted 10-2 to recommend execution for Joseph Smith. “We prayed for wisdom. We prayed for the families,” the Rev. Francis “Ron” Kruzel, the jury foreman, [...]

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School Board rolls over for American Taliban

November 9, 2005

By making a thoughtful decision to stop favoring Christian holy days in the school calendar and to be respectful of other beliefs and cultures by allowing kids to take days off as their traditions dictate, the Hillsborough County School Board predictably opened itself up to attack by theocratic opponents of inclusive policy. Board members and [...]

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The war against Halloween

October 28, 2005

Everyone knows that for years the godless heathens on the left have been waging a war against Christmas, mustering their troops to steal the season from the righteous in an evil attempt to secularize the holy holiday. When we began the Christmas season this year, we were all very much aware that a war was [...]

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Jeb!’s One Christian Florida initiative

October 21, 2005

C.S. Lewis and Christian Allegory: The problem is, Lewis either wasn’t capable of or didn’t think highly of subtlety. The Christian allusions in the books come on fast and strong, with little apparent effort to construct a story that might exist independently of the religious references. As a point of contrast, consider J.R.R. Tolkein’s books [...]

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