After Publisher Blocks Book’s Release Over Mention of Author’s Same-Sex Boyfriend in Bio, There’s a Happy Ending

In 2013, David Powers King and Michael Jensen were in the final stages of publishing their young-adult fantasy novel Woven when they saw a mistake on the back cover.

The biographical information for King was fine, but Jensen’s was missing this line: “He lives in Salt Lake City with his boyfriend and their four dogs.”

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Vani Hari, the “Food Babe,” Doesn’t Know What She’s Talking About, Says Scientist Who Does

Yvette d’Entremont does an excellent job of explaining why Vani Hari, the “Food Babe,” has no idea what she’s talking about (which is the main qualification you need before appearing on Dr. Oz, which she’s done multiple times):



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Your Wish Has Been Granted: They’re Finally Making a Sequel to the Left Behind Movie

Remember when you saw the Left Behind movie starring Nicolas Cage and cried out in the theater, “I MUST HAVE MORE JESUS!”?

Me neither. (Though I watched the movie and wrote a recap just for you.)



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In All Seriousness, Will Ted Cruz Really Drive People to Atheism?

Yesterday, humorist Andy Borowitz published a piece at the New Yorker with the headline “Cruz’s Constant References to Jesus Drive Millions to Atheism“:



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A Glimpse Inside “Atheist and Secular Oklahomans Day” at the State Capitol Building

Yesterday, several non-theistic groups held the first-ever “Atheist and Secular Oklahomans Day” at the State Capitol Building, urging legislators to base their decisions on secular, not religious, grounds. (Because who wants to emulate Indiana?)

They set up an “Ask an Atheist” table; handed out information about their groups, their demographics, and what they wanted from politicians; and spoke to legislators. In other words, they held an event that local groups could copy in just about every state. (*Wink wink nudge nudge*)



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