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Monthly Archive: January 2012

Jan 31 2012

DEVELOPING: Looks Like West Point has Cancelled Jerry “my god is bigger than your god” Boykin!

I just got it from a reliable source that retired Islamophobic Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin has been disinvited from speaking at West Point’s annual National Prayer Breakfast. Score one for the fight against religious bigotry and Christian nationalism! UPDATE: thinkprogress.org is reporting that West Point’s official statement says that it was Boykin who withdrew …

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Jan 28 2012

God Will Fuck You Up

I’m no big fan of country songs, but …

Jan 27 2012

Jerry “my god is bigger than your god” Boykin scheduled for West Point Prayer Breakfast (Updated)

It’s that time of year again — time for all those National Prayer Breakfasts at military bases, and the speakers scheduled for some of them this year definitely fall into the WTF category. But none so far beats the choice of West Point — none other than retired Lt. Gen. Jerry “my god is bigger than …

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Jan 27 2012

Woman Who Would Say that Air Force Chief of Staff is Part of a New Jewish Holocaust to Speak at Air Force Base

On February 14, Scott Air Force Base in Illinois will be holding its annual National Prayer Breakfast. The guest speaker this year will be Esther Jungreis, a Holocaust survivor who founded the international Hineni movement in 1973 to discourage intermarriage and Jewish participation in cults, according to the Jewish Women’s Archive. In her speeches and …

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Jan 25 2012

Major Jonathan C. Dowty Attempts To Support His RUMOR That Rock Beyond Belief May Be Cancelled

Last week, I wrote about Air Force Major Jonathan C. Dowty, a.k.a. the Christian Fighter Pilot, spreading a rumor that Rock Beyond Belief, the secular festival being held at Fort Bragg on March 31, might be cancelled. As I said then, there is no truth whatsoever to what Major Dowty wrote. Rock Beyond Belief is …

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Jan 24 2012

Air Force Major Jonathan C. Dowty Thinks Military “Hazing” Is Just Misunderstood

In a post this morning on his blog, Air Force Major Jonathan C. Dowty, a.k.a. the Christian Fighter Pilot, offers his thoughts on a Wall Street Times article about hazing in the military. Major Dowty even brings up the tragic death of Army Private Danny Chen, the Chinese-American soldier who committed suicide in a guardhouse …

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Jan 23 2012

Ex-Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt is Back — Claims to Have Performed Successful Lesbian Exorcism

Everyone’s favorite disgraced ex-chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt claims on The David Pakman Show to have performed 60 or 70 exorcisms, touting a 50% success rate in making his “exorcees” stop sinning.

Jan 20 2012

Atheist-Bashing Coward Major Jonathan C. Dowty Spreads RUMOR That Rock Beyond Belief May Be Cancelled

In a post yesterday on his ChristianFighterPilot.com blog, Air Force Major Jonathan C. Dowty (a.k.a. the Christian Fighter Pilot) attempted to make it appear that Rock Beyond Belief, the secular festival to be held at Fort Bragg, NC on March 31 might be cancelled. THIS IS COMPLETE BULLSHIT made up by the atheist-bashing Dowty. Rock …

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Jan 17 2012

Liars For Yahweh! How the Tikun Olam Charter School Got a $600,000 Federal Grant

Question: How does a charter school whose multiple applications have been riddled with lies and misrepresentations and has been rejected three times by a state education department get approved for a $600,000 grant from the federal government? Answer: The federal government admittedly does not routinely fact-check grant applications for charter schools, and does not allow …

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Jan 16 2012

For Religious Freedom Day: What Jefferson Really Thought of Theocrat Patrick Henry

So, today is Religious Freedom Day, the anniversary of the passage of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. No, I’m not going to post Jefferson’s statute; I’m going to post something cooler than that — one of my favorite lines ever written by Jefferson. The background: Jefferson drafted his religious freedom statute in 1777 …

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