Bill Nye and Ken Ham Sent Each Other Christmas Gifts

You guys, they’re like best frenemies now.

For Christmas, Bill Nye sent Ken Ham a signed copy of his book Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation with this message:



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Site That Added Drawings of Muhammad to Cartoons Abruptly Comes to an End

A few years ago, when Draw Muhammad Day was a thing, a Tumblr began with the premise of adding Muhammad to various comic strips.

It was called “Plus A Drawing of Muhammed” and entries looked something like this:

So I was a little surprised when, after last week’s attacks at Charlie Hebdo, the site’s creator posted this message on the site after a three-year hiatus:

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Saving Christmas and Left Behind Both Nominated for “Worst Picture” Razzies

The Razzies are given out every year (since 1980) to the worst films and actors that Hollywood has to offer.

This year’s nominees were just released and there’s no surprise when you look at the Worst Picture list:



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I Had No Idea I Was Capable of Such Savagery

Last week, I posted about a resolution passed by the Winfield City Council in Alabama — suggested and endorsed by Mayor Randy Price (below) — which declared Winfield a “City Under God” with God as the city’s “owner.”

Price wasn’t happy with the fact that I drew a lot of attention to his illegal action.

I’m not surprised that conservative Christians would want this sort of resolution to go under the radar so they don’t have to answer to the media or non-Christian constituents, but I had no idea they’d accuse me of torturing and killing someone.

Enter Jennifer LeClaire of Charisma News:

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After Satanists Planned to Give Away Coloring Books, Florida School Board Halts Religious Distributions Entirely

In January of 2013, World Changers of Florida, Inc. held Bible distributions at a number of public high schools in Orange County, Florida. No student would be forced to take one, but there would be a table set up where interested students could take a copy if they wanted:

This alone could have been illegal, but the Orange County School Board agreed that non-Christian groups could also have a distribution if they wanted.

When the Central Florida Freethought Community (CFFC) called their bluff and planned their own giveaway, they were heavily censored. Many of their books, they were told, could not be given away, including titles such as Sam HarrisLetter to a Christian Nation and Ibn Warraq‘s Why I am Not a Muslim.

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