Huffington Post UK thinks it is news that Richard Dawkins didn’t pray after stroke

Richard Dawkins confirmed the sky is blue. Richard Dawkins believes water is wet. [Read more…]

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Richard Dawkins sends out an update on his health

Richard Dawkins posted an update today on this condition following a recent stroke. [Read more…]

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Johnny Depp joins Richard Dawkins and Bill Nye as a speaker at Reason Rally 2016

As if anyone needs more reason to go to Reason Rally other than it being the largest secular gathering in the world, today organizers announced that Johnny Depp will be joining the likes of Bill Nye, Margaret Cho, Richard Dawkins and many others at the June 4 event. “No longer hiding their lack of religion, [Read More…]

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Richard Dawkins suffers stroke and is forced to cancel Australian book tour

Richard Dawins has reportedly suffered a stroke last Saturday and is home recovering according to a Facebook statement by the Sydney Opera House where Dawkins was scheduled to appear. [Read more…]

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Breaking up with Richard Dawkins

Brian Dalton, better know to everyone as Mr. Deity has a hilarious video up about Richard Dawkins and the internet’s reaction to everything he says. [Read more…]

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Monty Python’s John Cleese says comedy can’t exist with political correctness

My favorite comedic actor of all time happens to be Monty Python’s John Cleese. His body of comedic work is absolutely amazing. From Python to Fawlty Towers, A Fish Called Wanda, and Fierce Creatures. There is one important thing about Cleese’s comedy. It’s not politically correct, because as he argues in a recent Big Think [Read More…]

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Richard Dawkins responds to conference that uninvited him after sexist charge

As I reported earlier today, the Northeast Conference of Science and Skepticism has pulled their invitation to Richard Dawkins after he shared a sexist, violence endorsing video on Twitter Wednesday morning. [Read more…]

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Richard Dawkins uninvited from skeptic conference after sharing sexist video

I only caught the tail of this today as I saw biologist Richard Dawkins apologizing for sharing a video that he did not notice called for violence against women.

After Dawkins shared the now deleted tweet many people started tweeting to him shocked he would share such a horrible video and Dawkins seemed honestly shocked that he had done so. A case of sharing something he thought was likely innocent but didn’t actually watch the video. [Read more…]

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Center for Inquiry and Richard Dawkins Foundation merge into one organization

I woke up today to one of the biggest announcements in the secular community since Secular Coalition announced their new Christian executive director, and that is Center for Inquiry (CFI) and the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science (RDF) have merged.

The new entity will be called Center for Inquiry and RDF will exist as a division of CFI. RDF CEO and President Robyn Blumner will take over as CFI’s CEO, replacing the longtime Ronald Linsday, who will stay on board as president until the merger is complete. Once he leaves, Blumner will take on the role of CEO and President of the entire organization. [Read more…]

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Secular Coalition’s new Executive Director discusses his religion and secularism

When Sean Faircloth left his position as Executive Director at the Secular Coalition to head to the Richard Dawkins Foundation a huge void was left. Faircloth was a seasoned politician and a relentless fighter for secularism.

His replacement, Edwina Rogers, a seasoned lobbyist, seemed to be a great choice given her experience in Washington. Except for one thing, Rogers was a lifelong Republican and had worked for may anti-secular politicians in her career. [Read more…]

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