Constructive Criticism for American Atheists

The Center for Inquiry’s Ron Lindsay offers some constructive criticism for American Atheists and their latest billboards: One problem I have with the wording on the billboards is that it doesn’t match up with what AA says they’re doing with the billboards. The stated purpose of the billboards is to show “the foolishness of mixing [Read More...]

The Theory of Revolution

Zach Weiner has clearly never taught introductory proofs to Geometry students: The rest of the strip is here (via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal) [Read more...]

Dan Barker Makes the Case for Atheism

Brian Wilson put together this 15-minute compilation of Dan Barker making a case for atheism against Muslim apologist Adam Deen (who doesn’t appear in this particular video). If you aren’t the type of person who likes debates, this is a nice collection of talking points that come up on the atheist side of these conversations: [Read more...]

A Survivor of Sexual Assault Shares Her Powerful Story

Cassy Byrne founded Northwestern University’s Secular Student Alliance a few years ago and I’ve had the chance to work with her on a few different events. She’s an awesome person to work with and a terrific activist. So it was definitely a jarring experience for me to read a series of posts she put up [Read More...]

The Catholic League’s Newest Enemy: Latin Phrases

My friend Anu Garg runs the popular website Wordsmith.org. One of the best parts of the site is the Word of the Day section where Anu selects a word/phrase and explains its pronunciation, etymology, etc. For example, this week’s theme is “Latin terms in English” and today’s phrase is corpus delicti: Cool! I learned something [Read More...]


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