Last Chance to Register for the Lobby Day for Reason

If you’re planning on going to the Reason Rally on Saturday, March 24th, you might also want to make plans to attend the Secular Coalition for America’s Lobby Day for Reason. It’s free, it takes place the Friday before the big event, and you’d be joining 200+ others who have already signed up! The Lobby [Read More…]

Even the God of Crocs is Useless

Stephan Pastis explains why in Pearls Before Swine: (Thanks to Justin for the link!) [Read more…]

High Schooler Writes Article About Discrimination Against Atheists; School Refuses to Publish It

Krystal Myers is exactly the kind of student you want at your high school: editor of the school paper, captain of the swim team, honors student. But based on how her administrators are treating her, it’s like they wish she didn’t attend the school at all. Why the opposition? Krystal wrote an article for the [Read More…]

Lent: New Year’s Resolutions for Jesus

As I’m sure we all know, Lent is in full swing and we have successfully survived Ash Wednesday. As a former Catholic, who always wiped off my ashes as soon as church was over, I have to say that Lent seems to be a bit of a publicity stunt. Wear ashes on your head all [Read More…]

Despite His Christianity, I Like Jeremy Lin

Tim Tebow drove everybody crazy. His conspicuous religiosity, and the adulation it won him from so many quarters, was a kind of slow torture of Christian privilege for anyone who thinks faith should be a private thing. Now there’s a new kid in town: Jeremy Lin, point guard for the New York Knicks. Lin, a [Read More…]


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