Announcing the Secular Coalitions for California and Massachusetts!

A few months ago, Secular Coalition for America Executive Director Edwina Rogers embarked on an ambitious plan to launch affiliates in every state before the end of the year. We already have Secular Coalitions in Arizona, Alabama, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Today, the SCA is adding two more states to their list: California and [Read More...]

You Have To Pick One

It’s just not possible to choose both — not entirely, anyway. If you’re taking things like God’s existence or miracles or the efficacy of prayer on faith alone, then you’re compromising your intellectual integrity. Religious people love to tell you otherwise (“I’m religious because I’m intelligent!”) but it’s all rhetoric with no substance. If you [Read More...]

An Interview with Jack Wu, the Westboro Baptist Church Member Running for Kansas State School Board

The common wisdom about the “God Hates Fags”-believing Westboro Baptist Church is that the congregation consists only of people named Phelps, that it’s all white, and that you can’t really “join” it. Jack Wu can prove all of that wrong in an instant: He was born in Taiwan and began attending the church in 2008: [Read More...]

Christian Group: Keep Your Kids Out of School Before They Catch the Gay

When it’s the Day of Silence, the Illinois Family Institute and other conservative groups encourage Christian parents to pull their children out of school for the day. Because keep your kids from getting an education is the best way to fight back against wicked tolerance… Now, the American Family Association is urging parents to keep [Read More...]

Audio from the Secular Coalition for America’s Congressional Briefing

In case you missed the conversation about the Secular Coalition for America’s Congressional Briefing on Monday, the audio from the event is now available. (A video featuring highlights from the 90-minute event is currently being put together.) Yes, there’s a typo with the word “Agnostics.” Acknowledge it. Move on. It’s not worth discussing. If you [Read More...]


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