Another American Reporter, Steven Sotloff, Believed to Have Been Beheaded in New ISIS Video

Steven Sotloff‘s family is in mourning after footage emerged that appears to show the 31-year-old journalist’s beheading at the hands of ISIS terrorists. “I’m back, Obama, because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic State, because of your insistence on continuing your bombings,” the English-accented executioner says as he holds a knife to Sotloff’s neck. “Our [Read More...]


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The Difference Between Science and Religion in One Comic Strip

This comic by Redditor jerfoo does an excellent job of explaining the difference between science and religion (only the first panel is below):



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Navajo Kindergartener Sent Home Because His Long Hair Violated the Dress Code

Malachi Wilson, a five-year-old citizen of the Navajo Nation, was turned away from his first day at a Texas public school because his hair was too long.

School officials ordered him to cut his hair short before returning to the classroom to avoid running afoul of the school’s dress code. The child’s long hair is symbolic of his spiritual and cultural identity; however, his parents had to produce official documentation to demonstrate his official status as a registered member of the Navajo nation before he was allowed to rejoin his classmates in school.

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Helen Ukpabio, Nigerian Witch Hunter, Sues Her Critics for £500,000,000

Helen Ukpabio is an evangelical Christian from Nigeria who holds some despicable beliefs:



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Survey Shows That More Than a Third of Americans Support a Pledge of Allegiance Without “Under God”

Earlier this year, LifeWay Research (an evangelical Christian polling group) asked Americans whether or not they prefer to keep “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance and, to no one’s surprise, they overwhelmingly said yes:

The American Humanist Association felt those results were skewed, in part because Americans didn’t really understand the Pledge’s history. So in May, they commissioned The Seidewitz Group to run a similar survey. But this time, before asking whether “Under God” should remain in the Pledge, responders were made aware of when it was put in there in the first place:

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