Two Homophobic Students; Two Different Outcomes

In recent days, I’ve heard stories about two different students, both expressing anti-gay sentiments in a school setting and both being penalized for that expression.  They each filed suit after their respective penalties were imposed, so they should each get the same result, right?  I don’t think so. First: Jennifer Keeton was a graduate student [Read More…]

‘Twas the Night Before Reason

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Washing Machines with Glass Doors Rock

This has nothing to do with atheism, but I saw this video by LookItsMolly and it made me laugh more the longer I watched it It’s only 1:17. Check it out: Ok, I’ll bite: What’s making you happy? [Read more…]

The 2012 Presidential Candidate Scorecard… for Atheists

The Secular Coalition for America has just published a report card for the 2012 presidential candidates… and while you can make a pretty strong prediction as to how this will pan out, the differences are really remarkable. (Keep in mind that the SCA does not endorse candidates.) The grades break down like this: An A [Read More…]

Black Atheists to Come Together for Day of Solidarity

Several black atheist groups — yep, there are many of them these days — are planning a Day of Solidarity on February 26th and hoping that it becomes a yearly tradition. The idea is the brainchild of Donald Wright, author of The Only Prayer I’ll Ever Pray: Let My People Go: The idea of a [Read More…]