Tattoos Don’t Hurt, Right…?

Todd Stiefel asked me what I would consider doing if Foundation Beyond Belief reached its goal of 5,400 total members for the Light the Night walk. (Right now, we only have 400.) I said I would grow a beard for a month. Then I remembered that I have to travel. And those aren’t a good [Read More...]

Christian Legal Group Changes Its Name to be More ‘Christian-y’

The (Christian) Alliance Defense Fund is changing its name to be even more misleading: The Alliance Defense Fund is changing its name to “Alliance Defending Freedom.” “Our mission remains the same — defending religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family. Only our name has changed,” said Alliance Defending Freedom President, CEO, and [Read More...]

In Omaha, People Are Offended by Billboard for Atheists

This is the atheist billboard that just went up in Omaha: The organizer of the Omaha Coalition of Reason doesn’t think it’s controversial and he’s right: “We put it up as a beacon to let them know that they’re not alone,” explained William Newman. Newman is with Omaha’s chapter of United Coalition of Reason and [Read More...]

Secular Coalition for America Announces Phase Three of Expansion

Phase Three of the Secular Coalition for America’s plan to create state chapters across the country begins next week with conference calls for people interested in creating the chapters! And more news on that front will be coming soon Can’t wait to share it with you! If you’d like to help be a part of [Read More...]

Black Women Are Very Religious, Says New Survey from Captain Obvious

It’s not like you need the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation to tell you this, but black people are very religious. Black women, especially: The survey found that 74 percent of black women and 70 percent of black men said that “living a religious life” is very important. On that same question, the [Read More...]