Artists paint anti-Ark Encounter mural at Kentucky festival

Branden McClain, one of five local artists commission to take part in the creation of a large mural at the Forecastle Festival in Kentucky, used the opportunity to send a message. The message is the Ark Encounter is a waste of money. [Read more…]

A video Q&A about the Ark Encounter protest and more

We discussed the Ark Encounter protest, Ken Ham, Eric Hovind, the myth that is the Noah’s Ark story, and a lot else. [Read more…]

Bill Nye says he hopes that the Ark Encounter goes bankrupt and closes before it is completed

Bill Nye the Science Guy paid a visit to Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter and he wasn’t impressed. [Read more…]

Aftermath: Protesting the Ark Encounter

The protest was a huge success, and I mean that. More than 100 activists turned out, including some from Planned Parenthood to stand with us and let those getting off the freeway to the Ark Encounter know that the park they were about to visit was being paid for with their tax dollars, and a few signs that let children in those cars know, they were about to enter fantasy land. [Read more…]

CNN criticizes Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter for using tax money to spread Christian message

CNN’s Carol Costello paid a visit to Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter while she called the park a “mind-blowing site,” she was not too pleased to learn that the park was benefiting from a massive influx of tax dollars and state bonds. [Read more…]

Help me protest the Ark Encounter grand opening in Kentucky

Many of you know I have spent more than 2 years now fighting Ken Ham and his Ark Encounter. I am now ready to see this battle through to the end and be present to protest the park on opening day. [Read more…]

Op-Ed claims that the Ark Encounter makes America look ignorant

“When the United States is already lagging behind many prominent nations in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the creation of the ark can only be detrimental to our nation’s standing.” [Read more…]

Kentucky approves Ark Encounter for up to $18 million in tax incentives

I had reported earlier that I did not believe the park would be approved for the full amount, but the theocrats who run the State of Kentucky have set out to disappoint me, and the poor taxpayers of the state yet again. [Read more…]

Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter is looking to hire 400 strictly Christian employees

Ark Encounter has said the park is looking to hire between 300 and 400 employees and that each employee will be required to “profess Christ as their savior.” [Read more…]

Kentucky won’t pay for road improvements to the Ark Encounter

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin had proposed a $10.5 million plan to improve a road that leads to the controversial Ark Encounter, currently under construction by Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis. [Read more…]


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