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G'day, fellow RationalWikians! Don't forget to visit the Campaign page of the 2016 Board of trustees election in order to make your voice heard. Suggested activities include:

  • Endorsing select candidates (lending a hand to your loyal henchmen and/or glorious overlords!)
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  • Providing moar goat (please wipe afterwards)
  • Just asking questions to the candidates

Your participation might help other users better direct their votes. More importantly, it'll show the world that we've yet to go full Citizendium in terms of election hype!

from FuzzyCatPotato (Talk), group Site wide (urgent) at 00:24, 25 July 2016

TheocracyWatch

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How to Participate in a Political Party Rule the world for God. Give the impression that you are there to work for the party, not push an ideology. Hide your strength. Don't flaunt your Christianity. Christians need to take leadership positions. Party officers control political parties and so it is very important that mature Christians have a majority of leadership positions whenever possible, God willing."
Pat Robertson[1]

TheocracyWatch is a group founded by environmental activist Joan Bokaer and run by the Center for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy of Cornell University. It is concerned about the influence of the Religious Right and Dominionism in the Republican Party of the United States.

The group has an extensive website exposing what the American Religious Right does and how far they are Theocratic.

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