Dissecting Someone’s Hatemail

The FFRF just got another lovely piece of hatemail in response to their “It’s Time to Quit the Catholic Church” ad campaign: I’m trying to work through the thought process of whoever wrote this… You want Catholics to leave church?! NO! I’ll show you… Go have sex with yourself! Wait, that’s physically impossible… umm… ok, [Read More...]

Creationists Score a Major Victory in South Korea

Because we all know science is decided by who complains the loudest, a band of Creationists has scored a major victory by getting many textbook publishers in South Korea to “produce revised editions that exclude examples of the evolution of the horse or of avian ancestor Archaeopteryx.” More simply, they saying, “Look! Scientists argue about [Read More...]

Watch Anti-Science Christians Have a Long Conversation About Science…

It aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network last week. It featured Ray Comfort, Eric Hovind, Ken Ham, and several other Christians who make their livings miseducating people about science. It’s a Who’s Who of WTF. And if you haven’t heard them speak before, you’re in for a treat. Especially when you consider how many Americans agree [Read More...]

At a Texas High School, Saying ‘Atheist’ Could Disrupt the Learning Process

While we’re on the subject of the challenges high school atheists are up against, the Secular Student Alliance group at La Porte High School in Texas wanted to put up flyers advertising their group. To make that happen, the school administration had to approve the design (a standard procedure at high schools). When they submitted [Read More...]

U.S. Appeals Court Rules That It Was Perfectly Fine for Illinois Politician to Give $20,000 to Christian Group

A couple of years ago, atheist Rob Sherman filed a lawsuit because Illinois legislators were giving $20,000 to the Friends of the Cross organization “for the purchase and installation of new exterior panels for the cross to replace existing panels that are missing, worn or rusted.” That’s the long way of saying the state was [Read More...]


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