ABC’s What Would You Do? Features Angry Atheist Yelling at Praying Family in a Restaurant

If you haven’t seen ABC’s show What Would You Do? — and you won’t want to after this — the premise is pretty self-explanatory. As the show’s website states, it “establishes everyday scenarios and then captures people’s reactions.” So you might see a segment in which an actor clearly steals an item from a store… and the cameras zoom in on the other customers to see how they react: Do they tell someone or do they ignore it? You get the idea.

On Friday night, the show started out just fine. A military vet went to purchase diapers for his baby, but the cashier told him his credit card was declined. Will anyone help the poor soldier?! (Spoiler: They will! Yay America!)

But the next segment took a strange turn.

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Enough is Enough: We Can’t Ignore All the Accusations and Cover-Ups and Payouts and Crimes

Did you hear about all those people who were raped? One after another, so many came forward to tell their stories.

They were young. They thought this would be good for their future. They had no reason to doubt their decision.

But they ended up scarred for life.

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Rev. Franklin Graham: “We Should Stop All Immigration of Muslims to the U.S.”

Liberals love to throw around the word “Islamophobic” to describe atheists who criticize Muslim theology or who point out what the Qur’an says. Those atheists (like Sam Harris and Bill Maher) wrongly get accused of hating Muslims, when that’s not the case at all. If you want to see what actual hatred of Muslims looks [Read More…]

Atheist Who Appeared in Anti-Gay Film Will Donate Salary to LGBT Community Center

We know that the lead actors in Ray Comfort‘s anti-gay film Audacity are pro-LGBT rights. We’re not done yet…

I got an interesting email the other day from an extra in the film, who also happens to be an atheist. Mike Martin is a paramedic in the movie. You can see him on the right in the screenshot below:

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After Charleston, Atheist Stands Guard Outside AME Church in Colorado So Members Can Worship in Peace

Following the tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina, there’s understandable tension at black churches across the country as people wonder whether there will be any copycat incidents.

In Colorado, where the First A.M.E. Church in Pueblo (below) will celebrate its 140th anniversary tomorrow, one atheist is making sure the congregation can worship without worry (article is behind a paywall):

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