It's a moneymaking scam like Scientology, except we freely admit it's fake. Praise Capitalism!
The Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan weighs in on the Tacocopter controversy, and calls for more career opportunities for our mechanical brethren.
Today, the Chef, High Exchequer of the Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan, announced the canonization of an American folk hero and legend: Marvin Heemeyer.
Tell me, good sir, if the Snake Hooptie were to devour you today, would you end up in Heaven, or in Hell?
The Chef has a revelation from the Reagan Himself, foretelling the Second Sighting of the Snake Hooptie, which will come to devour us all.
The Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan kicks off a new advertising campaign, reducing rich and complex spiritualism to a form understandable by the average American: simple and meaningless feel-good platitudes.
The Chef, High Exchequer of the Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan, provides us with more words of comfort and assurance that we are on the only true spiritual path.
The Chef, High Exchequer of the Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan, preaches about the Immortal Robot Reagan's spiritual (if not yet physical) victories over those who would oppose Capitalism's will.
The Church of Scientology retaliates under the onslaught of the Roboreaganologist lawsuit.
The Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan has filed a lawsuit that will shape the future of fictional religion forever.
The Church of the Immortal Robot Reagan finally gets its act together and starts behaving like a real fringe wacko cult.
Unlike other religions, the leaders of the Church of Roboreaganology admit that it is just a moneymaking scheme. But at least we're honest. Praise Capitalism!