Non-violence in the face of the alt-right

A counter viewpoint to the question of should we be okay with punching Nazis? [Read more…]

Did the Ark Encounter actually reach 400,000 visitors? Only Ken Ham thinks so

Ken Ham says the Ark Encounter has broken 400,000 visitors and we’re supposed to take his word for it [Read more…]

Did Ken Ham lower the Ark Encounter attendance estimates? Not exactly

Ken Ham’s message is changing a little, but his official estimates are staying the same [Read more…]

How was Ark Encounter attendance over Labor Day weekend? Not great

It seems Bill Nye may get his wish and this park may not stay open long enough for phase 2. [Read more…]

Monty Python’s John Cleese starts new Church of JC Capitalist

John Cleese, best known for his years with Monty Python, and his hit movies such as A Fish Called Wanda, has found a way to take advantage of huge tax breaks here in the U.S. Start a church. [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…]

After suing Kentucky for tens of millions of dollars, Ken Ham says the Ark Encounter isn’t about making money

The Ark Encounter, Ken Ham’s landlocked wooden church, I mean boat, is going to cost the State of Kentucky more than $100 million when all is said and done. [Read more…]

Instead of feeding the homeless Ken Ham uses donor money to sponsor a racecar

Creationist Ken Ham has already said he believes building the Ark Encounter is more important than feeding the homeless and he is willing to prove it. [Read more…]

Kentucky has a legal right to exclude the Ark Encounter from tax programs

In Monday’s ruling by Judge Greg Van Tatenhove of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, stating the State of Kentucky was in violation of federal law when they denied Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter from taking part in the Kentucky Tourism Development Program, the judge made a major error in his decision. [Read more…]

Lawyers begin arguing the Ark Encounter tax incentive case in federal court

Wednesday morning marked the beginning of the federal court case brought against the State of Kentucky by Answers in Genesis over the 18 million dollar tax incentive that the state revoked late last year.

Tourism officials “took this reflexive, kind of allergic reaction to religion” when it rejected the ark project’s participation in the tax incentive program in December, said Louisiana State Representative Mike Johnson, who is also the lawyer for Answers in Genesis. The incentive program offers those eligible a tax refund at the end of the year on sales tax collected. [Read more…]