Florida Senate Bill 98 Would Allow Graduation Prayers at Public Schools

In Florida, Senate Bill 98 would give school boards permission to allow “an inspirational message to be delivered by students at a student assembly.” In other words, instead of banning such practices outright, this bill would allow a school to let students vote on whether or not a prayer could be delivered at a graduation. [Read More...]

Why Don’t Atheists Cut Down All the Trees?

So… umm… this really happened on The 700 Club: In case you can’t bear to watch that, here’s a rough transcript, courtesy of Hoyden About Town: Pat Robertson: Atheists don’t believe in ANYTHING. I mean, a theo means “no God,” they have no Gods, so they don’t have anything, so they don’t believe in anything. [Read More...]

Love and Infatuation

I’m always impressed by how Zach Weiner manages to begin his cartoons one way before taking it in a completely different direction: You can read the rest of it here (Thanks to Dawn for the link!) [Read more...]

Black Atheists Speak Out About Their Godlessness

Yesterday, I posted about a new ad campaign sponsored by African Americans for Humanism. Now, some of the extended interviews with prominent black atheists have been posted online. Check them out — not just because they’re black, but because it’s sincerely heartwarming to listen to people talk so openly and comfortably about leaving their childhood [Read More...]

Darwin’s in Palouse

The Palouse Coalition of Reason has just formed in Idaho and they’re celebrating their arrival by bringing in some heavy hitters to speak in honor of Charles Darwin — and announcing it on a new billboard: The Darwin on the Palouse events herald not only Charles Darwin’s 203rd birthday on February 12 but the 153rd [Read More...]


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