Bill O’Reilly’s War on Christmas and Keith Olbermann’s Rebuttal

A couple nights ago, Bill O’Reilly attacked the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s atheist display in the state of Washington. Last night, Keith Olbermann had an excellent rebuttal: Let’s be clear: There is no War. If the government gives space to one religious display, it must offer that space to everyone — plain and simple. I [Read More...]

Why Atheist Advertising is So Important

Last night, I received an email from a high school student named Cris. I think it perfectly illustrates why the atheist bus campaigns and the atheist billboards are so important: I’m a 16-year-old atheist who lives in the D.C. suburbs and goes to a Catholic school in D.C. Because you’ve been posting about the D.C. [Read More...]

Atheist Bus Campaign… in Australia? Ad Company Says No

We have atheist buses in Britain. We have atheist buses in Washington, D.C.: Will we have atheist buses in Australia? Not anytime soon. Three separate slogans were proposed to APN Outdoor — the company that handles bus advertising in most Australian capitals. Atheism: Because there is no credible evidence Celebrate reason: Sleep in on Sunday [Read More...]

There Probably Isn’t

In response to the Atheist Bus Campaign in Britain, a Christian pastor created There Probably Is — a website which seeks out testimonials from those who have been Saved. In response to that site, an atheist has created a clone site called There Probably Isn’t. Feel free to add your own atheist testimonial! There are [Read More...]

Interview with Roy Speckhardt of the American Humanist Association

There’s been a lot of reactions (good and bad) to the American Humanist Association’s atheist bus campaign. In short, the AHA will be running the following ad on buses in the metro Washington, D.C. area: The Christian Right thinks this is an attack on them. Conservative commentators aren’t happy either. Today, AHA’s Jesse Galef was [Read More...]


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