January 18, 2017





Nebraska Proclaims a National Day of Reason

Nebraska Governor Pete Rickets issued a gubernatorial proclamation recognizing May 7, 2015 as National Day of Reason.

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  • Sally Webb

    Now THAT I’ll celebrate! :)

    • James Grimes

      How many other delusions do you celebrate?

      • Sally Webb

        Christmas, Easter, and your birthday. ;)

        • James Grimes

          You have my sympathies, my dear. Go and enjoy your delusions.

          • Sally Webb

            Thank you. And you enjoy yours as well. Namaste :)

        • Sloane80

          lol good one!

  • Me

    Now we just need to stop the whole “year of our lord” bs.

    • James Grimes

      Your bs has no value here.

    • brabbie2002

      Then you do NOT belong in the US of A as this country is based on God-given rules and Christianity. Why don’t you do us all a favor and move to the Middle East where you can enjoy worshipping anyone you choose – for about 5 minutes before you are beheaded!

      • Me

        The Constitution does not mention God at all. If it were a document based on God-given rules, as you claim, it would surely have mentioned it somewhere don’t you think?

        • brabbie2002

          Read your US history. The Pilgrims brought religion, albeit a harsh one and they were followed by others that brought more religion. The Founding Fathers were all men of GOD and even had Bibles given to schools for the purpose of learning. They did not give away government pamphlets to further communism, use of a magic pen to take away rights, use Marx as a “good” example, etc. This country was based on freedom of religion, speech, gun rights, and everything stated in the Constitution! There was no shariah law, no muslims, no libtards – Wow – oh for the good old days!

          • Me

            You can’t even answer my question, because, obviously, god isn’t mentioned in the founding documents of our nation. The founding fathers were not “men of god” as you claim. The were mostly deists that shunned organized religion. If they were “men of god,” there would be a mention of that in their statements, wouldn’t you think? “There was no sharia law.” Yea, and there was and still isn’t Jesus law. It’s freedom of religion. “No Muslims.” How bigoted of you. Just a few sentences before that, you speak of freedom of religion and yet you celebrate the perceived lack of another religion besides your own. Oops, your bigotry is showing. “No libtards.” No republitards either. If you know your history as well as you say, you should know that the Republican Party wasn’t founded until just before the civil war. By the way, communism wasn’t even a thing until the 20th century. Your entire statement is filled with idiocy. Read my U.S. history eh? You wouldn’t know history if it dropped on your head and offered you the fruit of reason.

          • Puddlejumper

            I think you need to move to Pakistan and enjoy the fruit of Sharia law. However, if you are a homosexual you won’t live long enough to benefit from its attributes. Freedom and sharia law are mutually exclusive, but I’m sure you already know that.

          • brabbie2002

            Hey, is that you RCHarmon? I see you are still being paid by the government to get on these sites and cause hate and discontent. How is that going for you? Oh, and your picture with Santa…for some reason demonrats think he does exist. Unfortunately, they also think we taxpayers are Santa judging by the way they steal from us to line their pockets and everyone else’s on welfare. As for muslims, they and your messiah profess to being part of America’s history. Show me the print from any book where these people helped us in any way. The Jews, on the other hand, donated a lot of capitol and help. Muslims – no. Jews – YES! And who said I was a Rebumblecan? Must be you in your jihadi hatred handbook to blame everyone for being something they are not. So, Mr. Libtard (or me, if you prefer) have another sip of your koolaid, sit back, collect your demonrat paycheck and type away to your heart’s content. I will sit here and consider you the dipshit that you are and also consider how you and yours want this once great country to become a cesspool like the Middle East during the 3rd century. Sorry, dude. But you will find that you and your jihadi friends will be facing a very large armed population that does not care for your politics!

          • Judy Weismonger

            The founders of the US were Functional Atheists who removed all religious laws. The US was founded on Atheism. You can believe whatever stupid, religious dogma you want to, and even join the cult of your choice, but you will not impose religion through and by the US govt.

        • cb

          The Federalist Papers, letters written by the founders of this country and writers of the Constitution, clearly state that a belief in God and a religious citizenry is essential for the success and longevity of the Republic. Read them and gain insight to the foundation of this country and the Constitution. Ignorance and laziness repeats “talking points”. Do your own research.

          • Judy Weismonger

            Federalist papers did not impose or pass any RELIGIOUS LAWS…YOU LIAR FOR JESUS. It was only a small group of people’s opinions. What did happen was the FUNCTIONAL ATHEIST FOUNDERS OF THE US REMOVED ALL RELIGIOUS LAWS…AND PROMOTED REASON, LOGIC, AND SCIENCE.

            Why? Because the Founders of the US knew their religious history and knew the buybull was the arch enemy of truth, reality, justice, peace, and fairness. Today, once again we have the Liars for Jesus promoting the idea the US is a christian country…with the intent on creating a CHRISTIAN POLICE STATE…for our own good of course.

            The Taliban Christians are destroying the United States…right along with Obama and the irrational Left…to the point that this country now sounds like it wants to turn into some country like Iran.

        • Judy Weismonger

          The current crop of Liars for Jesus are now claiming that the word “creator” means THEIR christian god. Well, no it does not. If the Christians had had their way, they would have used Big G God instead of Creator. Creator is a Deist term to mean NATURE…nature as god, or god as nature. The Deist god did not need praying to, did not hear the prayers of human beings, and was not conscious of any religious thought, demands, or desires. Nature was nature….and had ZERO to do with any Christian or Jewish imaginary gods.

          But, the Liars for Jesus carry on every month, coming up with a new lie to promote a nonexistent god and the myth of Jesus.

      • Judy Weismonger

        Stoooopid person: The Functional Atheist Founders of the US REMOVED all religious laws from the American court system…. Why? Because religion makes people insane, hateful, and more often than not in history KILL people not like them. The US WAS NOT founded on Christianity. There is NOT ONE single bible verse that promotes one man, one vote…no bible verses that promotes individual rights, or that we are equal, and the government of the US is for and by the people. The buybull even promotes slavery.

        What the BUYBULL states clearly is that it promotes the “divine right of Kings” to rule, as your imaginary god chooses all rulers. Read Paul’s letters…in which he promotes the divine right of Kings, and do not rebel against any leader, and to pay your taxes…

        The US founders DEFIED CHRISTIANITY AND THE BRITISH KING WHO WAS HEAD OF THE CHURCH….and REMOVED all religious laws. Glenn Beck and David Barton LIED to you about American history, but the fact remains, there ARE NO religious laws.

        • brabbie2002

          Really. they why did they put Freedom of Religion in the paperwork. Hmmmmmm? Was it because they were atheists? I know they were Masons. Most of the Masons I know are NOT atheists. As to me being stooopid, there is the pot calling the kettle black. I wonder if you think ovomit is your messiah and the greatest thing since sliced bread. What flavor of his koolaid are you drinking? And how much money are you paid by the government to get onto these sites and foment your ill conceived and lying libtard history lessons and rhetoric?

    • Judy Weismonger

      And get god off our money. This imaginary god has never paid any of my bills, or issued me a paycheck. The idea that my money belongs to a god is outrageous.

  • Publius3

    And since we know that (nearly, if not) all scientific disciplines including the “Scientific Method” itself, originated with Bible believing Christians, I am happy to join with the framers of the Constitution of the Great State of Nebraska who in the preamble to their Constitution expressed gratefulness to Almighty God for their freedom. In fact, you will find similar statements in all 50 state Constitutions. Praise God!

  • HandmaidenKaren

    This is bull crap from an atheistic mind set that leaves God out of the picture an worships Human Reasoning without God as the instigator of any kind of reasoning process. The statement above about our founding fathers is not true at all. He is twisting and turning their words into a not so true statement. Human reasoning without God to govern it…is pure bull. and Anti-God!

    • Judy Weismonger

      Karen: Which VERSION of god do you want us to believe in?

  • Michael Bethel

    Isaiah 1:18

    “Come now, and let us reason together,” Says the Lord, “Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall be as white as snow; Though they are red like crimson, They shall be as wool.

  • jimmyrick

    We share the same surname, Governor, but THANK GOD I’m adopted!

    • Sloane80

      yeah cuz we all know the adopted are the truly blessed?? hahahahaha

  • ltbl123

    There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.he fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: and theknowledge of the holy is understanding

  • Maris Bentley

    What so many secular humanists don’t understand is that it is reasonable to believe in God. Faith & reason are compatible, & trying to separate one from the other is what causes problems.

  • James Grimes

    This is nonsense. Reason? Corrupt man has no ability to reason, to determine what is good, what is right. Only one who believes in Jesus as his Lord and Savior can “reason” with authority. Man, when left to himself, will ultimately destroy himself.

  • James Grimes

    The only reason this clown issues the proclamation was to draw attention away from the National Day of Prayer. That’s the way The Useless work. They try to minimize anything that Christians do. On their own, they are The Useless.

  • steve jones

    “Thinking themselves wise, they became like fools…” Romans 1:22.
    “The respect of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”. Psalm 111:10
    “A man’s mind plans his road but he Lord directs his steps.” Psalm 16;9

    References in the Declaration of Independence to God,1 ” endowed by the Creator with certain inalienable rights…”, 2. “..nature’s God…”, 3. “appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world,”4. ” with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence,”
    Well, it certainly looks like the founders of our country relied on reason then trusted in God. I think the Nebraska Governor is forgetting the second part and that the day of prayer was intended to bring awareness to the need for the second part , not to replace reason.

  • Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man … (Romans 1:22-23)

    • Judy Weismonger

      The Flavian Cesars wrote Romans and all of the gospels to fool the Jews and pacify them, stop them from rebelling against Rome, and get them to pay their taxes. The Flavias laughed their hineys off when Christianity took root and the stupid little people began believing in the new, invented god Jesus.

  • Nancy Larcom

    I think we would all agree that mathematician, physicist, and philosopher Blaise Pascal was a man of reason. Here’s what he has to say: “There is a God shaped vacuum in the heart of every man which cannot be filled by any created thing, but only by God, the Creator, made known through Jesus.”

    • Judy Weismonger

      Pascal lived how many years ago? 95% of all the 30,000 PhD members of the National Academy of Science, the smartest of the smartest….state they are Atheists. Why? Because there is no proof of any gods or divine thingies.

  • Judy Weismonger

    Wow…someone finally realizes that reason trumps all religious magic and such nonsense as prayer doing anything for anyone. Nothing fails like prayer.

  • Judy Weismonger

    National Day of prayer should be mocked. How stupid. If someone put “prayer” on the stand in a court of law and forced the religious to prove that prayer works to do anything, anything at all miraculous, they would be found guilty of fraud, false advertising, and stealing money. Finally, Gov. Rickets, a Republican…has shown that not everyone in the GOP has turned into a religious nut bag.