The author of this article is either a moron or trolling for morons.
1. This is a product created by private citizens for use by private citizens who choose to use it. It is not being forced on anybody, nor does it doesn’t prevent anyone from writing about God; it simply allows insecure chumps to configure their browsers so they can only read things they agree with. It’s stupid and cowardly, and ultimately going to cause these atheists to lose arguments due to self-inflicted ignorance of opposing viewpoints, but it’s still their liberty to take.
2. Where’s the proof that the Obama administration endorses this or any similar product?
Please, don’t give legitimacy to the claim that Christians have a persecution complex.
Lol. It is mentioned on the People’s World site, which is owned by the CPUSA. So far, so good. The only problem is that there’s no hammer and sickle (not even a hammer and cycle), and that the article - by Dan Margolis - is making the point that nobody likes this thing, not even the atheists.