Wisconsin College Atheist Group Says Word Muhammad Was Wiped Off

Just a couple days after the Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics group at the University of Wisconsin – Madison drew stick figure images of Muhammad on their campus, the word “Muhammad” has been rubbed away on several of their images. The AHA group doesn’t know who did this (and they’re not jumping to conclusions and blaming [Read More...]

A Response to the National Day of Prayer

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is celebrating the National Day of Prayer by launching a brand new bus ad campaign in Madison, Wisconsin: The ad campaign’s theme is “America is not a Christian nation.” Signs on bus interiors and exteriors display seven different messages that highlight America’s secular heritage. Here are the six ads that [Read More...]

The National Day of No Prayer

Today’s the day right-wing Christians have labeled a National Day of Prayer. Many government officials across the country will forget that there’s a separation of church and state and declare their religiosity and pander to the base like crazy. To anyone who thinks this is legal, just read what President Obama’s proclamation might look like [Read More...]

No One Should Restore Stephen Baldwin

You may have already seen the site RestoreStephenBaldwin.org: As far as I can tell, it’s a real site, not a parody. (Poe’s Law is in effect.) I love this response to it, though, from Robert Paul Reyes at NewsBlaze: I laugh when I hear born-again Christians complain that they are persecuted for their faith. Christianity [Read More...]

Can You Be Honest, Intelligent, and Religious?

Here’s an interesting email from reader Kristen: I was reading for a class on politics in the German Democratic Republic, and i found an interesting quote, which (roughly translated) means “one can have honesty, party loyalty, or intelligence, but only two of the three.” Kristen wonders if that also applies to religion. Would the following [Read More...]