The Boot Protest

Brother Jed Smock is one of those campus preachers who goes around to different college campuses to “spread the love” by talking about how homosexuals are sinners. You know the type. He probably does more for the cause of atheism than Christianity, though… it helps that he brings out our creativity. Case in point, a [Read More...]

My Day at an Anti-Vaccination Rally

This is a guest post by Jamie Bernstein. Jamie is a graduate student in public policy at the University of Chicago. … I am generally not the activist type. It’s not that I don’t have strong opinions or don’t care deeply about a variety of issues, but I just generally don’t like to go to [Read More...]

Lars Vilks Will Get to Finish His Talk

The last time cartoonist Lars Vilks spoke at Uppsala University, this happened: The riot happened because radical Muslims were offended by this drawings of Muhammad with a dog’s body: Well, Uppsala University is inviting Vilks back in the fall to complete the lecture he was giving. The university said Tuesday that people shouldn’t be silenced [Read More...]

The Church Leadership Team Asks for Help

When a church leadership team gets together, it’s not unusual to see them asking a god to guide them and help them with their vision. Someone tell me how this method is any different: (via nakedpastor) [Read more...]

Much Ado About Your (Arizona) Neighbor’s Taxes

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn and Garriott v. Winn and will decide the constitutionality of a program that diverts tax money into private-school scholarships. This program allows donors a dollar-for-dollar reduction in state income taxes. The reduction is good for contributions of up to $1,000 if [Read More...]