Washington Post’s Sally Quinn: American Citizenship Requires Belief in God

What is Sally Quinn thinking? She wrote a piece for the Washington Post offering her take on the Presidential debate. Had she said the following, I probably would have agreed with her: “Mitt Romney made several references to God during the debate and President Obama didn’t. Whether you like it or not, if you want [Read More...]

Support the Light the Night Campaign!

The Light the Night walks are already happening and Foundation Beyond Belief and our members are making our last pushes to raise $1,000,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. No matter where you are in the country, you can check out the list of teams here. In fact, there are some great incentives for anyone [Read More...]

FFRF’s Latest Billboards: ‘I’m Secular and I Vote’

In advance of the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s convention in Portland, Oregon next week, the group is putting up a variety of billboards in the region. Some will say “This is what an atheist looks like” while others will say, “I’m Secular and I Vote!” “We were pleasantly surprised we had more volunteers than we [Read More...]

The Rebirth of a Podcast for Secular Parents

Last year, a podcast directed at secular parents went off the air. But original host Colin Thornton and new co-host Noelle George are restarting Parenting Within Reason and this time they’re going all out: The initial return show will feature a discussion with Dale McGowan, author of Parenting Beyond Belief and Raising Freethinkers, and Julia [Read More...]

After Earning Rank of Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America Tell Him He’s Not Worthy Because He’s Gay

I know it’s not news to most of the readers here that the Boy Scouts of America is a bigoted organization. If you’re gay or atheist, they want nothing to do with you. But it always helps to have a reminder. Ryan Andresen just accomplished all the requirements needed to become an Eagle Scout. He’s [Read More...]


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