Lawsuit Against Florida City That Held Christian Prayer Vigil to Fight Crime Can Proceed, Says Judge

Last year, Chief Greg Graham of the Ocala Police Department in Florida posted an unusual letter to the department’s Facebook page. Co-signed by community development director for the Ocala/Marion County Family YMCA Narvella Haynes, the letter called for public prayer to help stop crime:

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The Kirk Cameron/Crocoduck Erotic Novel You’ve Been Waiting For is Finally Here

It’s been more than eight years since Kirk Cameron first introduced us to the Crocoduck, the crocodile/duck hybrid that he believes ought to exist if evolution is true.

And finally — finally! — there’s an erotic novel bringing the two together:

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An Epic Rap Battle Between Eastern and Western Philosophers

Eastern and Western philosophers duke it out in the latest rap battle! (Lots of NSFW language.)

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How Long Does Food You Pray Over Remain Blessed…?

If you pray over your food before eating it, there’s a logical conclusion to what will happen, right?

The Atheist Pig explains:

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Friendly Atheist Podcast Episode 62: Linda Stephens, Co-Plaintiff in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Our latest podcast guest is Linda Stephens, one of the two plaintiffs in Town of Greece v. Galloway, the 2014 Supreme Court case that legalized religious invocations at government meetings (with a few caveats).

Stephens worked as a librarian for two decades, served as president of the Greater Rochester Chapter of the National Organization for Women, and was vice president of a local chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

We spoke about the worst moment of the oral arguments, how she followed to get updates on her own lawsuit, and why losing the case has ironically worked out in atheists’ favor.

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