In Tulsa, Oklahoma, Atheists Come Out of the Closet

First, it was Madison, Wisconsin. Then Raleigh, North Carolina. Now, the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s “Out of the Closet” billboard campaign is debuting in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Foundation Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor said she picked Tulsa as the third city for her “atheists out of the closet” campaign because of the support from the Tulsa atheist [Read More…]

Bible Verse in L.A. Noire

There’s a new video game for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 called L.A. Noire and there’s one particular part of it worth mentioning on this site. You can see the scene play out in the walk-through below — the relevant bit occurs at the 3:40 mark: As Detective Phelps searches through a murder victim’s [Read More…]

Has Harold Camping Apologized Yet?

Nope. The only statement Harold Camping has made comes via his daughter: His daughter Sue Espinoza received a call from him Saturday morning, according to the Times. “He just said, ‘I’m a little bewildered that it didn’t happen, but it’s still May 21 [in the United States],’” Espinoza said, standing in the doorway of her [Read More…]

Jessica Ahlquist Tells Her Side of the Story

Jessica Ahlquist is a high school sophomore and the lead plaintiff in the Rhode Island ACLU’s lawsuit against the city of Cranston. Her high school is the one that has a School Prayer banner that officials don’t think is religious in nature… Jessica just started writing a blog of her own and her first post [Read More…]

There’s No Decorum and Dignity Left

While you were busy not getting Raptured, Reverend Bradlee Dean was invited to give the opening prayer for the Minnesota House of Representatives on Friday. It gets interesting at the 2:41 mark: I know this is a non-denominational prayer in this chamber. It’s not about the Baptists, it’s not about the Catholics alone, or the [Read More…]