Get Your Free “Vaccinate” Stickers

You know you want this sticker:

The Center For Inquiry will send you two of them for free (so you can give one to a friend) — all you have to do is fill out this form!

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For the First Time Ever, a Darwin Day Resolution Has Been Introduced in the Senate

A few days ago, Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT, below) introduced House Resolution 67 (a.k.a. the Darwin Day Resolution) to designate Charles Darwin’s birthday, February 12, as a national day to recognize “the importance of science in the betterment of humanity.”

Now, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT, below) has introduced a companion bill in the Senate, making it the first time the Darwin Day Resolution has been introduced in that body. The text of S.Res. 66 hasn’t been released yet, but it should be pretty similar to the House version:

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A Rebuttal to the Fine-Tuning Argument

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, offers a rebuttal to the fine-tuning argument. (Note: We had a couple of microphone glitches, so the sound is strange in a couple of sections.)



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Celebrating Darwin: Not Just for Scientists Anymore

On this day last year, a friend of mine was finally getting a kidney transplant after years on dialysis. Visiting him in the hospital was a very emotional experience — especially the part where he signed the paperwork to officially begin his campaign for U.S. Congress. James Woods, a blind atheist progressive from one of the most conservative districts in the country, decided 2014 was going to be a year of going big, brave, and honest.



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Vaccines Have Become a Political Wedge Issue and There May Only Be One Solution

It’s been a disturbing couple of weeks in the world of common-sense vaccines. What was not that long ago a fringe movement of people (including liberals) who took medical advice from the likes of Jenny McCarthy (or their own gut) has somehow become a political wedge issue.

Chris Christie said yesterday he was for vaccine “choice” before he clarified his remarks a bit:

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