This drawing by artist Ben Riddlebarger is just begging for a caption:
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Over the past couple of years, what began as a personal blog has turned into a hub with several contributors and multiple posts per day. As always, I’d like to continue expanding the reach of this site. That entails bringing on additional contributors with different voices, including more guest posts from people who can offer interesting and different perspectives, creating more YouTube videos, and making the podcasts sound more professional.
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Back in May, a student sent me a page from the Rossford Exempted Village Schools handbook. The Ohio public school district listed its “core values” in the book and one of them was acknowledging that a “Higher power exists”:
That was out of place and illegal… (not to mention really grammatically awkward).
For decades now, the key to securing the Republican nomination for president has been the Religious Right. Comprising a large portion of the GOP’s primary voters, candidates have had to increasingly pander to this socially conservative sect in order to get their shot on the big stage. While every candidate in the race has been engaging in such shameless demagoguery, candidates like Ted Cruz are outright banking on it.
Some credit where it’s due: It looks like Bangladeshi police officials are finally moving forward on seeking justice for at least one of the slain atheist bloggers.
Back in March, Washiqur Rahman (below) was brutally killed, with his face hacked up:
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