Where are the Founding Fathers when we need them?

2 years ago this week marked the "Last Chance" Americans had to combat the Real ID, had we wanted to.

Here is an excerpt from the article (linked above) written by current Presidential hopeful, Ron Paul. Sure doesn't sound like a Republican to me.

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill last week that contains provisions establishing a national ID card, and the Senate is poised to approve the measure in the next few days. This week marks the American public's last chance to convince their senators they don't want to live in a nation that demands papers from its citizens as they go about their lives.

"The only good Atheist is a dead Atheist."

October 18th, 2004, Arther Shelton murdered his friend and roommate, Larry Hooper, because he believed that Mr. Hooper was the devil, and even claimed to have seen smoke and fire come from Larry's eyes, which is when he knew Larry was the devil.
The prosecution was asking for full on 1st degree murder, 25-45 years. The defense pleaded, both during the verdict and the sentencing, for a not guilty by reason of insanity.
Mr. Shelton, 50 years old at the time, was found guilty of second-degree murder with mental illness and sentenced to 25-45 years of prison time, and wouldn't be eligible for parole for 25 years.

Throughout the 15 minute phone call [to 911] Shelton often repeated, "I'm a Christian and an Eagle Scout and I wouldn't lie," and "don't worry about me, I'm fine, but he's the devil." The dispatcher struggled to persuade Shelton to lay down his weapon and go outdoors with his arms raised. Shelton resisted, as he feared Hooper might not be "dead enough", but eventually complied.

And it gets worse from there. At the trial, the family of Shelton proved that they are just as crazy as their guilty relative.

Video: CNN's Paula Zahn and panel innocently discuss, 'Why do Atheists inspire so much hatred?'

First of all, the last concern of these people, save Mr. Stephen Smith, is the truth and equality for all men.
Secondly, I seriously doubt these women have met and discussed Atheism with very many actual Atheists. They don't know what they're talking about, but does that make them stop pretending they do? Hell. And. No.
Thirdly, as I respect Mr. Smith's attitude, as it is so rare these days, and the fact the he stood up for truth, there's a part of it all that make me liken his stand for Atheism like a white man standing up for black men in the 60's. He has no idea. He has the right attitude, but he will never know what it's like to be "the most distrusted minority group in America".

As for Ms. Jew there, She is fueling the false 'Christian Nation' fire, and she isn't even a Christian. All the women on that clip have no respect for the truth, and are just saying what they think CNN Execs, Christians, Republicans, and citizens of this 'Christian Nation' want to hear.
I will completely ignore Ms. Atheists-need-to-STFU, simply on matters of principle.
But What I wanna know is, Why didn't they offer an Atheist view-point? All members on the so-called "panel" are Christians save for one pseudo-Jew.
I will give credit where credit is due, even though they didn't offer an Atheist view-point on that panel, in response to the massive back-lash on the internet..SS, they will have Richard Dawkins on her show tonight.

Those damn Atheists sat there, watched themselves get bashed the entire discussion, and then "cried wolf" and wouldn't "just shut up". What in the hell is wrong with them?! I think I need an Atheist-Mark card right about now, maybe that'll make me feel better.