Your Right to Practice Any Religion or None At All
The freedom to practice your own religion without interference is a basic civil right protected by the U.S. Constitution.
Introducing the Shinto Donald. It’s a YUUGGEE! penis.
We would like to celebrate our long held Shinto beliefs, by displaying a symbol of our religious faith in the Florida State Capitol Rotunda.
There to greet the GA 2016 Winter Legislative Session
Lights up and everything.
ZPolitics: The “Festivus pole” guy is back with another display proposal
Now that the holidays are over, the Florida-based activist responsible for the Festivus pole display in the Georgia Capitol is back with another colorful, ridiculous idea. A new pole display, ... Read More
AJC: Just in time for the session: A ‘tolerance and love’ display is coming to Gold Dome
The Florida activist behind the push to bring the Festivus pole to the Georgia Capitol last month is back with a proposed display for “tolerance and love” timed for the ... Read More
Project Festivus Pole
We’re stretching the fabric of the First Amendment. That’s what this is all about.
Equal Love Initiative
Freedom of religion, so long as it’s my religion, and not your made up one.
In None We Trust
Arguing for separation of church and state, Stevens has made it a mission to end prayer at public meetings.
Satan Or Silence
No single person has bedeviled city commissions quite like activist Chaz Stevens.
Church of Satan
we offer salvation, ice cold, imported beer, and the occasional stripper named Mercedes.”
MAOS The Blog
MAOS is an anti-corruption advocacy blog that is devoted to eliminating fraud and abuse in government.