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Kentucky has passes a law enabling public, state-funded colleges to show programs on the Bible. Ana Kasparian, Grace Baldridge and Mark Thompson, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us exactly what you assume in the remark area below.

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" Kentucky has signed a regulation permitting public, state-funded colleges to show training courses on the Holy bible.

Guv Matt Bevin participated in the bill signing event in the state capitol which opened with a Christian prayer.

State Rep DJ Johnson said the Scriptures "actually did set the foundation that our beginning fathers made use of to create documents like the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Costs of Rights," regional news station WDRB-TV reported.

The class would certainly be an elective, not a need for pupils and also each neighborhood college board has the option to supply the course or not." *.

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77 comments

  1. Posted by topfuel29, at Reply

    Kentucky- The dripping taint of America. What a bunch of nut jobs… FFS

  2. Posted by Lucy Bell, at Reply

    Kentucky will turn into an even poorer state. Lack of jobs is already a problem let’s add lack of actual education.

    • Posted by Caution Q, at Reply

      liberal cuck aren’t there neo nazis in republicans party

    • Posted by liberal cuck, at Reply

      Caution Q Oh nooo not the scary neo nazis the radical left fabricated to shut down free speech and opposing views

    • Posted by Flash, at Reply

      liberal cuck Check again dumbass, Richard Spencer, the current KKK, are all right wingers today.

    • Posted by John Black, at Reply

      How is more education a lack of education?

  3. Posted by Saltvadoor, at Reply

    So we can have a LGBT history requirement class but not a bible class that’s an elective.

    • Posted by Saltvadoor, at Reply

      Jake Chafin it’s a waste of time. They could be learning finances and how to pay taxes. At least this bible class is an elective. LGBT history has no point. What’s the point in learning DaVinci was gay. The worst thing is that it’s a requirement.

    • Posted by Saltvadoor, at Reply

      Andrew Higuera if it’s an elective I’m totally fine with it. As long as it’s not a requirement unlike LGBT history. I don’t care if they teach sharia law as long as I don’t take it.

    • Posted by Jake Chafin, at Reply

      Saltvadoor Why learn about the Holocaust? Can we use that imformation for anything? Why learn about the dealings of ancient civilizations, or the works of shakespeare, or the chemical composition of stars?? When will most students find a point in that information. It’s about creating openminded and well-rounded individuals who know about the world around them and it’s history. and a significant chunk of that history involves the systematic oppression of Homosexuals and transgendered people. And in the same vein, whats the “point” of your lovely little bible study class?

  4. Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

    Christianity is nothing more than ISLAM for ‘white people’. Both are archaic cults.

    • Posted by LCarlTBM x, at Reply

      This made me LMAO

    • Posted by XIPHIASCDXX, at Reply

      gatesbrown26
      lol, alternative facts?
      Timothy McVeigh…

    • Posted by John Black, at Reply

      Most Muslims are white.

    • Posted by Thomas Lawrence, at Reply

      no they’re not. most muslims are brown from asia.

  5. Posted by Andrew Higuera, at Reply

    what if it was Islam they were pushing would people still go for it?

    • Posted by Thomas Lawrence, at Reply

      the left would

    • Posted by Abdullahi Mohamoud, at Reply

      Andrew Higuera ha! they would go apeshit!

    • Posted by Robyne Kelly, at Reply

      Thomas Lawrence I’m pretty sure the left would be surprised but just as up in arms. I don’t think that TYT only has beef with Christianity, they denounce Sharia Law all the time and Jenk, who was raised Muslim, is no longer Muslin and hasnt been for decades because he disagrees with the faith.

    • Posted by Thomas Lawrence, at Reply

      No they wouldn’t be Robyne. The left has this islamphilia going on. TYT only beefs w/Chrsitianity. 99% of the stories are negative towards Christians and portrays Islam positively and Muslims as victims.

    • Posted by Abdullahi Mohamoud, at Reply

      Thomas Lawrence you do know Christians make up like 75-80% of the population. while we aren’t even 5%. Even the LGBT community has more people living in the United States then us Muslims. how could we propagate an agenda to the dominant 200+ million who don’t belive in our faith?

  6. Posted by mud cat, at Reply

    Why hasn’t religion been abolished

    • Posted by Blind Spot, at Reply

      I C Clouds
      do you?

    • Posted by Cullen Froese, at Reply

      how do you abolish religion?

    • Posted by Real Grumm, at Reply

      Because many out there need a threat of damnation over them to do right by others. They fear death and need religion to tell them they will live on forever for the low cost of a donation every week. They need reassurance they they can “sin” against others and merely go to prey for forgiveness to reset their sin meters.

      Religion came in existence because we didn’t know anything about anything and had to explain what was happening so we created mythical beings for the reason why things were happening. Sunrise and sunset were attributed to the gods instead of planetary rotation that we know today through science. Lightning was attributed to the gods as well as fire.

  7. Posted by Black Lives Matter, at Reply

    Black Rapper Travis Scott was arrested last night for shooting 25 other Black people at his Concert in Arkansas , I been watching the live video and I am sure it must be fake because Black people just don’t go around shooting other black people .

    • Posted by bob Smith, at Reply

      could you all just imagine if it was a White boy shooting up 25 Black people at a Rap Concert,it be all over the news and they be talking about calling in Black Lives Matters and then they all be rioting in the street steeling and Looting for new Computers !

    • Posted by ร‰ric McChibougamau, at Reply

      Lucky for Travis Scott that Black people cannot shoot very well with a gun, after Travis shot 25 of his fans at point bland range all of them survived , I will say this again , guns don’t belong in a Black pair of hands.

    • Posted by undrtakr900, at Reply

      Andy McCoy
      Don’t feed these racist trolls, just report their comments and move on..

    • Posted by Black Lives Matter, at Reply

      undrtakr900 ,thanks for reporting them Racist, we all know that video of Rap-Star Travis Scott must be a fake, we Black people we never go around shooting up other black people , let’s hope Travis Scott gets a all Black Jury so he will be the Rap LOL ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Posted by MikeFromCanmore, at Reply

      Why would Rap Musician Travis Scott shoot up all his fans just because a few of them Boo him ?

  8. Posted by njintau, at Reply

    American Taliban at it again.

    • Posted by A visitor, at Reply

      Except without the head chopping and female brides and genital mutilation and suicide vests.

    • Posted by Yagya Dollie, at Reply

      The witch burning trials are not far behind.

    • Posted by njintau, at Reply

      +A Visitor Ah but you forget, child brides were a thing upto the 1900s and are also practiced by some denominations of Mormons. Than of course there were the witch burnings, lynchings, forced conversions…

  9. Posted by Jason Clark, at Reply

    This is horrible, if you going to teach the Bible you have to teach Islam,Hinduism, Buddhism,and while your at it teach skepticism so you have a few atheist in the bunch separation between church in state is essential and I’m sorry but whatever religion you are our tax money going to public schools were the Bible is taught is a clear violation of that. How bout instead we bring back trade classes like shop class ? Cooking class? Now that would be great I’m 26 and most my friends can’t cook.Oh I know its silly, if we did that there would be no need for trade schools…maybe we should have a political course that is mandatory debate real world issues with facts…alternative facts would be a thing of the past a well informed electorate

    • Posted by Noah Ward, at Reply

      There already is an “atheist” class in most schools it’s called science class.

    • Posted by vilcantroper, at Reply

      Jason Clark Kentucky is a dumbass red state with a shitty education. the politicians are fools who dont five a f*ck about the people. If they did they would teach trade classes. Dumasses would rather save kids from the rapture instead of set them up for future prosperity.

    • Posted by luvcheney1, at Reply

      Jason Our public schools are not Federal. Supreme Court has already affirmed legality of teaching about religions. Local control. ooooops.

    • Posted by freewillobjector, at Reply

      I think you are confused, you meant California.

    • Posted by Akos Barati, at Reply

      The funding comes from federal, for one. Two, teaching about what religions are not equal to teach one religion in a school that per constitution has to be secular.

  10. Posted by Lasombra, at Reply

    Why don’t they make this a world religion class?

    • Posted by Nicolas Hoffman, at Reply

      Lasombra The reason that Iโ€™ve heard is that by teaching other religions, the school is brainwashing children into following other religions other than Christianity. Basically, if they canโ€™t brainwash children with their own religion (Christianity) then no one can teach other religions. They want to have a monopoly on religion.

    • Posted by critical thinker, at Reply

      +Nicolas Hoffman what a bunch of bologne Christianity is promoted in almost every ex Confederate state and all over the bible beltway.

  11. Posted by David Gutowski, at Reply

    As long as Kentucky kids can also take an optional class on the satanic bible, I’m ok with this
    Something tells me though that they’d object to that

    • Posted by A visitor, at Reply

      I never understood why someone would worship a creature that openly admits that it’s number one goal is to burn and torture you in hell for all eternity. Am I missing something?

  12. Posted by phil c., at Reply

    Of course TYT doesnt like this. This country was founded on Christian values.

    • Posted by CROM, at Reply

      TYT is anti-christain. And so far there have been three U.S. Mass Shooters who were tyt fans / subscribers who were muslim. I don’t know if the 4th fan/subscriber mass shooter was muslim. TYT anti-american.

    • Posted by phil c., at Reply

      CROM Thanks for the info, doesnt surprise me. People who subscribe to this channel would burn the American flag in a heartbeat.

    • Posted by phil c., at Reply

      Fatnorth759 You freaking people amaze me. You have all the information in the world at your fingertips yet you’re dumb as a stump. In fact 29 of the 56 signers of the Decleration held what would be considered seminary degrees today and many others were outspoken about their Christianity. Even Ben Franklin, who is considered to be one of the least religious of the framers requested that the Constitutional Convention pray before each session. I’m done with you people, keep living in your echo chamber.

    • Posted by nonameg01, at Reply

      phil c. doesn’t matter still unconstitutional under the establishment clause. even if they has seminary degrees they didn’t want religion in government. all it takes is one Kentucky tax payer to sue, and it’ll be unconstitutional by the supreme court.

    • Posted by Fatnorth759, at Reply

      phil c. I only said the 5 founding fathers weren’t that religious as some would think. I don’t doubt they said that nor to I care about American history that much being Canadian. America was founded on many values one of which in the Constitution was a separation of church of state which is being violated with what is happening.

  13. Posted by newscooler12316, at Reply

    why teach kids fake things !?!๐Ÿ˜ก

    • Posted by Fatnorth759, at Reply

      newscooler12316 the bible is fake news๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    • Posted by newscooler12316, at Reply

      Fatnorth759 lmfao๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ–’

    • Posted by w5winston, at Reply

      Because? Kentucky.

  14. Posted by Flash, at Reply

    The Bible was not used as influence for the Constitution, it was the Magna Carta but these single-minded Christians don’t know facts, just fantasy.

    • Posted by rivinish, at Reply

      Magna Carta is a unique product of Cristian culture, and should be studied as well as the Bible

    • Posted by Henry von Rintelen, at Reply

      Flash the constitution has many influences both the Bible and Magna Carta are among them.

  15. Posted by Danny Puckett, at Reply

    I live in Kentucky and I’m against this law, schools should not push religion on students

    • Posted by Henry von Rintelen, at Reply

      Danny Puckett it’s an elective. It’s a choice not a mandatory class.

  16. Posted by Andrew Smith, at Reply

    If they teach the Bible the same way they teach the Iliad or the Odyssey I’d be fine with it.

    • Posted by Bakemaster Koosh, at Reply

      Andrew Smith yeah I always say there are lessons to be learned from the Bible some people just twist it but if you take the Bible at face value “love thy neighbor” etc it’s worth the time

    • Posted by Henry von Rintelen, at Reply

      Andrew Smith the only problem with that is that the Bible is a belief to many of the students in the classroom. Therefore, if you treat is as a myth like the odyssey you are insulting their beliefs and preaching Atheism which is also against the constitution.

    • Posted by gunnyblender, at Reply

      Troll score 3/5 for Henry, because I didn’t know teaching myths are myths is preaching a religion until now.

  17. Posted by fiercelyfabulous, at Reply

    If you replaced the Bible with the Quran in this story the same people who support the bill would be crying about sharia law

    • Posted by Jacob Burston, at Reply

      Dan F Sharia law is what you lefties say the Republicans are. sharia law is against women and any kind of LGBTQ.

    • Posted by Connor Jensen, at Reply

      Jacob Burston, try to comprehend the point someone is making before responding to them.

    • Posted by Animate Reality, at Reply

      Two completely different things. Yes we have separation of Church and State. Freedom of Religion. but remember, this country was founded, and our constitution based on the bibles core message. We are to be tolerant, love and respect each other. Family values are important. Just what makes that insane? Islam/Sharia Law is incompatible with our constitution and can not co-exist because they directly oppose each other. Sharia Law has no tolerance LGBT, or those who refuse to see things thier way and calls for death. As well as womens rights issues. Too many believe what they are told, without question or simply do not understand the full meaning of Sharia Law.. Read for yourselves. Open your eyes to truth.

    • Posted by fiercelyfabulous, at Reply

      Animate Reality last time I checked Christians weren’t so friendly with the LGBT community either. Also maybe YOU should open your eyes to the fact that the two religions are basically the same thing with different names. Everything that you mentioned about the core messages of the BiBle are also found in the Quran.

  18. Posted by George B. Wolffsohn, at Reply

    SORRY ! ! THIS IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL ! ! ! ! oh, and i am christian .

    • Posted by Robin Sparkles, at Reply

      George B. Wolffsohn nowhere in the constitution does it say anything about the separation of church and state

    • Posted by TruthHurts, at Reply

      So we should also teach the Quran?

    • Posted by John Black, at Reply

      Robin, education nor schooling are state.

    • Posted by 888nivek, at Reply

      TruthHurts sure

  19. Posted by Terrence Osborne, at Reply

    There goes the foundation of public education. Either it sticks with teaching no religions, which respects all, or it teaches ALL religions.
    Religions belong in churches, mosques, synagogues, temples etc. They do not belong in secular public schools.

    • Posted by Mike Lofky, at Reply

      agree 100%