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New Jersey Mayor Approves Library Display Honoring (Only) Christian Soldiers

A couple of weeks ago, the city of Roselle Park (New Jersey) put up a display just outside the public library featuring a soldier kneeling in front of a Christian cross. The American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center says that’s an illegal promotion of religion and they’re asking the Mayor to reconsider the display before it becomes the focus of a lawsuit.CrossDisplayNJ


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New Jersey Mayor Approves Library Display Honoring (Only) Christian Soldiers

A couple of weeks ago, the city of Roselle Park (New Jersey) put up a display just outside the public library featuring a soldier kneeling in front of a Christian cross. The American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center says that’s an illegal promotion of religion and they’re asking the Mayor to reconsider the display before it becomes the focus of a lawsuit.CrossDisplayNJ





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Sausage Party review – Seth Rogen’s surprisingly tasty supermarket sweep

Seth Rogen gorges on racial stereotypes in his anthropomorphised toon-food comedy, but it packages up a flavoursome atheist message, too

Talk about fresh. Seth Rogen’s naughty food cartoon Sausage Party is, like much of his best work, deceptive packaging. The script he and his usual collaborator Evan Goldberg have written (in conjunction with Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir) seems, at first, to trade solely on anthropomorphised food using profanity on supermarket shelves. This is mildly amusing at first but, like a bun out of its Cellophane, threatens to go stale. That’s when a jar of honey mustard gets returned.

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