August 2, 2016

This is an entertaining way to end the day. Today, during a speech in Ashburn, Virginia, Donald Trump told a woman to not worry about her baby crying. He said: Don’t worry about that baby. I love babies. Don’t worry about it. I love babies. I hear that baby crying, I like it. What a baby. What a beautiful baby. Don’t worry, don’t worry. The mom’s running around like—don’t worry about it, you know. It’s young and beautiful and healthy… Read more

August 2, 2016

A little word of advice. If you’re into making sexual videos of yourself, do your thing. Have fun. Who am I to judge? However, you might not want to keep a copy of it on your work computer. Even more so, if you are a senator and the computer is state-issued. And even more, more so if you are someone like Nebraska Sen. Bill Kintner. You may remember Billy for his opposition to a law that would make it illegal… Read more

August 2, 2016

If like me, you are a space geek, you are excited about NASA’s September 8, launch of the OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft to the surface of Bennu, an asteroid that news sites have been dubbing “Doomsday,” “Earth-Crushing,” and “Armageddon Asteroid.” (see explanation video below.) Bennu, which is approximately 1,640 feet in diameter and orbits the Sun at 63,000 mph, was discovered in 1999. It passes the Earth every six years, and may strike us somewhere between 2175 and 2196. While this is… Read more

August 1, 2016

Here’s something to end your day with. You have probably already heard about Ray Comfort’s upcoming film The Atheist Delusion. If you haven’t here is the trailer: While I saw this a few weeks back, I must admit I giggled a bit when I read on Charisma this afternoon, that “Ray Comfort Dismantles Atheism With 1 Scientific Question.” They quote Comfort as saying: Having to point out the existence of the Creator is like having to point out the sun… Read more

August 1, 2016

I believe this is 100% true. Scientists have known for some time that the development of agriculture led to the specialization of work and that this specialization equipped early humans with the ability to forge things necessary for city development. However, according to two new studies, belief in omniscient and punishing deities, contributed a lot to it as well. Especially, in the development of larger cities. According to Harvard Human Evolutionary Biology Professor, Joseph Henrich: What we want to understand is how humans were… Read more

August 1, 2016

Last week I told you that Focus on the Family’s, James Dobson endorsed Trump for the Presidency. Now, with the disclaimer, “Only the Lord knows the condition of a person’s heart,” Dobson has doubled down on his claim that Trump has been born again.  He says that he doesn’t know the details, but he heard that televangelist, Paula White, who has “known Trump for years,” prayed with The Donald personally and “led him to Christ.” If you don’t know, White is the… Read more

July 26, 2016

I must seem like a walking dichotomy. I have railed against the Discovery Institute for stating that National Geographic “provides a pulpit for atheism.” I have condemned anti-vaxxers for the measles outbreak. Hell, I’ve even charged that “religious beliefs can threaten progress and perhaps our existence.” Yet, recently I told you that one of my missions is to “build bridges between the religious and scientific communities” without compromising truth or “adopting the appeasement strategy of Stephen Jay Gould’s non-overlapping magisteria.” Well, who… Read more

July 25, 2016

I’ve had a lot of fun writing about Pokémon Go recently. I told you about the crazy Christian radio host who is ignorant of how Google Maps work. I offered peer-reviewed commentary (okay, not really) of Ken “Yaba Dabba Do” Ham’s  evidence that Pokémon Go confirmed creationism. And, who can forget the awesomeness of Westboro Baptist Church’s Pokémon Go gym? Today, I would like to bring your attention to another preacher. His name is Dwain Miller, and he is the… Read more

July 22, 2016

Another one bites the dust. Even before Trump’s speech last night saying that he would repeal the law forbidding clergy from endorsing a political candidate,  Focus on the Family’s, James Dobson announced his endorsement of the Republican nominee. According to Time Dobson said: I have decided to endorse Donald J. Trump for President of the United States, not only because of my great concern about Hillary Clinton. I am supporting Mr. Trump primarily because I believe he is the most capable… Read more

July 22, 2016

In my article, Pokemon GO – Satan Trains at The Westboro Baptist Church, I joked that the best thing about living in the South is since we have a church on each corner, we have Pokestops everywhere. Also, in that post, I made fun of Christian radio host, Rick Wiles for saying that Satan was using Pokémon Go “to Spawn ‘Demonic Powers,” but you have got to listen to this excerpt from Wiles’ show Monday. Seriously, please endure it. It will… Read more


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