CBS News Poll Shows That, When It Comes to Death, Americans Love Their Delusions

A new CBS News poll on the topic of death shows that Americans are living in a fantasy-world when it comes to thinking about their own mortality.

In general, we believe in the afterlife (for which there’s no evidence), we believe we’re going to Heaven (because we’re all good people, every one of us), and we want to make sure we take up space when we die (because our post-mortal bodies have no use other than lying six feet under forever).

But here’s where it gets really weird:



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Atheist Groups Are Forming All Over New Mexico

The New Mexico Coalition of Reason is launching this weekend with a free event in Albuquerque:



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Despite Ten Commandments Monument Nearby, Atheist Group’s Courthouse Bench Proposal Rejected Again

Back in February, I posted about how the Williston Atheists (in Florida) wanted to erect a pro-atheist monument outside the Levy County Courthouse where a Ten Commandments monument currently resides (see image below):

The group was modeling its efforts after what American Atheists did outside the Bradford County Courthouse in northern Florida last summer:

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A Public High School Baseball Dynasty Built on… Prayer?

Owasso High School in Oklahoma has a baseball dynasty on their hands:



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One Problem with a Fundamentalist Christian Childhood: A Complete Lack of Privacy

Hannah Ettinger, writing for Cracked, offers “5 Insane Lessons from My Christian Fundamentalist Childhood.” While a lot of it may be familiar to readers, this one caught me by surprise, until I realized how much sense it made:



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