Issues of Concern


Finally! Someone with some sense.


(click on image to watch a video, or go to URL below)


You know the saying that truth is stranger than fiction.
When it comes to the Religious Right, we believe that truth is scarier than fiction.
Sojourners is outraged by claims that Christians could only vote for George W. Bush and that Bush is God's candidate.
Watch the video at: www.sojo.net/video

 



The Witches' Federal Law Memorandum Statement of the Facts: Witchcraft in the United States is a living, growing religion. As a religion, Witchcraft is protected by the Constitution. The Law has the obligation to serve and protect Witches in their religious endeavors, equally as much as it protects the rights and freedoms of other groups. In the United States today, Witches are entitled to the same rights and protections as other groups under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.

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Religious intolerance exists in America, a land which prides itself on the rights of Free speech and Freedom of worship guaranteed in its constitution, yet each day Pagans, Witches and those of non Christian faiths are subjected to prejudice, and hatred because of their beliefs
 
 
This site attempts to provide readers with accurate information and an appreciation of the wonderful diversity of religious beliefs in North America and around the world.

 
Our personal hope is see a world in which human rights become de facto real, a world that
      sees an expansion of religious tolerance and the acceptance of religious pluralism as not only
      natural, but a desirable condition for human communities.