Since when does not having a belief define you politically?

  1. A rational and skeptical approach to evidence-based conclusions and a belief that morality is not the result of a disembodied authority absolutely do have significant consequences on political discourse.
  2. In the United States, a political party that is honest and does not play lip service to the bedrock constitutional imperative of a secular nation and the separation of church and state (not to mention one that doesn’t try to pander to and manipulate the religious) is of utmost importance.
  3. This party is defined by more than an epistemological stance. Upon review of the Party’s foundational documents and statements, you will see the party’s philosophy articulated. There is a formal charter and platform, which was determined through a democratic membership vote, with which to assess how effectively this party reflects your own political goals.