Most Influential Asian Americans Under 30

On Angry Asian Man‘s list of the 30 Most Influential Asian Americans Under 30, I didn’t quite make the cut. I lost to the Gosselin Kids. And all the winners of America’s Best Dance Crew. Rest assured this travesty will never happen again. Next year, I vow to learn how to breakdance. [Read more...]

Exposure to Atheists Matters

This post is by Jesse Galef, who works for the Secular Coalition for America.  He also blogs at Rant & Reason … This was a fascinating and eye-opening chart from Gallup: There are other findings on the site, but the implications are consistent: when people spend time around gays or lesbians, they’re more comfortable around [Read More...]

District Court Rules on a Graduation Speech About Jesus

In 2006, Erica Corder was named valedictorian at Lewis-Palmer High School near Colorado Springs, CO. She was one of 15 valedictorians (which I say defeats the whole purpose of the title). Because of the number of top-ranked students, it was decided that all of them would give a 30-second speech at graduation. The principal would [Read More...]

Disney PIXAR’s Up Scares the Conservative Christians

Pastor Deacon Fred has seen Disney PIXAR’s Up and he doesn’t like it one bit: If the sight of an old man with balloons in a confined space, alone with a little boy doesn’t raise every anointed hair on your Godly neck, then you need to check yourself into a Baptist Mental Hospital!… … As [Read More...]

“Good Without God” Essay Contest

The United Coalition of Reason is sponsoring an essay contest that could earn you $1,000. What do you have to do? Please tell us your personal story, in 500 words or less: what does it mean for you to be Good Without God? How do you live out your positive values as a Humanist, atheist, [Read More...]