Finding a Job in the Freethought Movement

Andrew Seidel is one of the attorneys at the Freedom From Religion Foundation and one of my go-to people for advice on legal issues. At the 2012 Secular Student Alliance conference, he gave a great talk on finding jobs in our movement — what you should be doing when you’re in college, what skills employers [Read More...]

No, Seriously, Why Haven’t You Voted Yet?

As I write this, the Secular Student Alliance, Camp Quest, and Foundation Beyond Belief are all within striking distance of *major* money courtesy of the Chase Community Giving Program. I’ve voted 5 times so I’m maxed out. Now, we need your help! I posted this before, but here are the major parts: Voting runs until [Read More...]

Dennis the Menace is Only Doing God’s Will

There are very few bloggers whose posts I never skip and Josh Fruhlinger (The Comics Curmudgeon) is one of them. Yesterday, he tackled a “Dennis the Menace” strip with his own commentary: It appears that a shifty-eyed Dennis the Menace has decided on a new tactic in his war against society’s strictures: hard-line Calvinist theology. [Read More...]

A Challenge to Football Prayers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Freedom From Religion Foundation only sends complaint letters to groups violating church/state separation if someone contacts them about it. In other words, they don’t seek out random challenges. Recently, students from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga informed FFRF about public prayers that took place at football games. To their credit, UTC officials said [Read More...]

I Can’t Believe I’m Saying This, but I’m Siding with the KKK on This Issue

Back in June, a Ku Klux Klan chapter in Union County, Georgia wanted to Adopt-a-Highway. (Let that sink in for a moment… Irrational hatred of black people? They’re fine with it. Litter on the side of the road? NEVER!) The Georgia Department of Transportation said no to them. And that led to a lot of speculation [Read More...]


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