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  • Dawkins speaks reason at rally
    Openly secular individuals still face discrimination in politics
    Thursday is the very first Openly Secular Day celebration and across the Earth. Many individuals who have thus far been hesitant in announcing their secular views to others around them are doing so with least one person or more, while the millions...
  • Christian voting culture
    The GOP's "Sunday Secret" that keeps delivering Tuesday triumphs
    Another midterm has come and gone, and another heartbreaker for Democrats. Despite all the "get out the vote" campaigns, all the Facebook groups, all the Twitter bombs, and most remarkably, despite four years of the worst GOP obstruction...
  • Justice Antonin Scalia April 17, 2014
    Justice Scalia: minority rights dependent on majority vote
    On Wednesday, Justice Antonin Scalia told an audience at Colorado Christian University that the Constitution does not prohibit government from favoring religion over non-religion. The Washington Times quotes Scalia saying, “I think the main...
  • Religious indoctrination
    Science shows religious children can't tell fiction from reality
    Researchers at the University of Boston recently conducted groundbreaking research into the effects of religious indoctrination on children. It's a very controversial topic, to be sure, with diverse opinions on all sides. Most religious...
  • Abortion and morality
    It's time to end Christianity's influence on abortion's "morality."
    In America, it's almost impossible to talk about abortion without talking about morality. Unfortunately, even among pro-choice advocates, it's quite difficult to extricate Christian morality from this discussion. This, I believe, is a...
  • question everything
    Why this atheist rejects theism as a path to knowledge
    The short answer is simply that there are better and more accurate ways to gain knowledge of the world and our place in it. For the purposes of this essay though, we’ll just look at the flaws of theistic ways. First, a definition:Theism is...
  • National Day of Prayer
    National Day of Prayer: Religious endorsement on steroids
    The first Thursday of May has been designated by the United States Congress and approved by the President as the “National Day of Prayer.” If government only endorsed religion just one day a year and left us with a secular government...
  • Louie Gohmert
    Louie Gohmert endorses anti-gay bill challenging "religion of secularism"
    Speaking on February 26th, 2014 with theocratic (but still not Senegalese) talk show host Janet Mefferd, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) endorsed Arizona's controversial "right to discriminate bill" for challenging the "religion of...
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    Alcoholics Anonymous for nonbelievers
    A problem that's becoming more visible in this increasingly secular society is how much it is assumed in so many cases that one prescribes to a Christian view of the supernatural. One of the places this reveals itself is in the substance abuse...
  • Crucifying America
    Op-Ed: Top 5 Atheist Books of 2013
    2013 was a very good year for books and though narrowing them down to five is no easy task, it seemed only right to provide some must read material to start your new year off right.Coming in at number 5 is An An Appetite for Wonder: The Making of...
  • George Holyoak, founder of secularism
    Secularism's Fair Shake
    Secularism, while being the norm for many societies also tends to get a bad rap in religious circles. The basic concept of it comes from the 19th century when it at that time, it was a movement more than a social system, championed by George...
  • Jeryl Wright
    The Demoralization of America: Customers step over dead man in store's doorway
    All of us like to believe that if we were in danger or injured someone would help us, right? However, a convenience store's surveillance video reveals how coldhearted and callous people can be.31-year-old Jheryl Wright wasshot in September of...
  • Pope Francis makes changes to the Vatican office
    Pope Francis dumps a United States Cardinal who has spoken out against equality
    Talking Points Memo reported today, December 17, 2013 that the Pope Francis has finally taken some action and let go of a Cardinal who was outspoken against women and gay rights.The Pope has recently said a lot of great things about gay rights,...
  • Holy Ghost preparatory school
    The Catholic Church's continued discrimination against the LGBT community
    In what not seems like a weekly occurrence for the Catholic Church and their educational facilities, The Guardianhas reported that on December 8, 2013 that Holy Ghost preparatoryschool has fired Michael Griffin a homosexual teacher after he...
  • Hobby Lobby looks to overturn Obamacare's birth control mandate
    Does a corporation have religious freedom?
    Here we go again. Yesterday, November 26, 2013 the Supreme Court announced they would hear a case that would decide if corporations can have religious belief.This same court has already disastrously decided that corporations are people, and now in...
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