Governor Jan Brewer's executive order creating the "Governor's Office of Faith and Community Partnerships" is not sitting well with some atheist and civil-rights groups.
Matthew Hendley Congressional candidate James Woods speaking out against Governor Jan Brewer's creation of an "Office of Faith and Community Partnerships."
Leaders of these groups, along with a couple of atheist politicians, delivered a letter to Brewer's office this morning, asking for certain "safeguards" and "balance" in the newly created office.
"Arizona is full of atheists, and Governor Brewer needs to understand this," American Atheists president David Silverman said at a press conference outside the state capitol this morning. "Governor Brewer needs to know when she puts together this office . . . that the faith portion of that excludes approximately a third of her state's voters."More »