Our Friends at Triangle Freethought Society Launch Massive Billboard Campaign

The Triangle Freethought Society is a perfect example of a secular community doing their part to normalize non-belief in America.Perhaps I'm a little biased, because half of their upper echelon joined our event staff. That happened in October, when very few people took us seriously. Our own local secular community, the Fort Bragg chapter of the Military Atheists & Secular Humanists (M*A*S*H) wants to emulate and maybe even piggy-back off the Triangle Freethought Society (TFS). TFS is just … [Read more...]

CNN’s Dr. Wendy Walsh Claims Atheists Die First

What the hell is wrong with people? httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_I5Z5q8A68 Dr. Wendy Walsh says "...it doesn't mean that science has the answers for everything... Most studies on survivors show that atheists die first. Because if you don't believe in something super-natural, how can you imagine that you yourself have supernatural abilities enough to survive?" Batshit crazy. So, science doesn't have the answers, but lets use scientific studies to justify super powers...? I have nothing … [Read more...]

Greg Epstein, Harvard’s Humanist Chaplain

An influential Chaplain has joined our lineup. Is it possible we are approaching legitimacy in the eyes of Fort Bragg? Let's hope so. "One billion people around the world, including over forty million Americans and over one in five Americans age 18 to 25 identify with no religion. Imagine the positive impact these people could have on the world if, in the coming generations, they were to realize that Humanism is what they have in common." - Greg Epstein Greg M. Epstein serves as the Humanist … [Read more...]

Foxhole Atheist Justin Griffith’s reply to Fort Bragg Commander

***Attention Readers*** The following is my reply to Colonel Sicinski, the Garrison Commander at Fort Bragg. He had commented on this website two weeks ago, and I've now received assurance that I would be able to post and respectfully reply to it without fear of repercussions. I maintain the utmost respect for my entire chain of command, and appreciate this opportunity to clear the air about some complicated issues. ---- Sir, I really appreciate that you reached out to me and the readers … [Read more...]

Nobody On Our Lineup Has Been Banned From Army Events

This is another entry in the The Great Rock the Fort Swindle - exploring the disparity between the support for Rock the Fort and the Rock Beyond Belief. Franklin Graham is the driving force behind the Billy Graham Evangelical Association, who co-sponsored (along with Fort Bragg) the Rock the Fort event. He has previously been banned from official Army events before, and it makes me wonder why his organization was given so much support. In comparison, nobody on our lineup, or on the Rock Beyond … [Read more...]

Nate Phelps – Son of ‘God Hates Fags’ Fred Phelps – joins lineup

"THANK GOD FOR DEAD SOLDIERS" A sign commonly held up by the Westboro Baptist Church as they protest at the funerals of Soldiers.¬†Recently, the Supreme Court upheld their right to continue to do this. WBC is largely comprised of a single extended family, the Phelps family. Fred Phelps is an aging hate-mongering idiot who generally stays behind when the rest of the gang travels the nation to 'protest'. Half of the family have trained to become lawyers, as they fund their hateful ideology by … [Read more...]

The Great Rock The Fort Swindle

Side by side comparison of the inequalities in the culture clash at Fort Bragg Today I saw too much disinformation about the situation on the ground here. The articles clearly needed to be written, because people are starting to swallow some major shall we say... 'unfounded assumptions'. The¬†Great Rock the Fort Swindle is a living document chronicling the disparity between the support offered to Rock the Fort's evangelical Christian membership drive [overwhelming] and Rock Beyond Belief. More … [Read more...]

Rock Beyond Belief in Fall 2011…? Maybe.

Stringing along quite a few popular and busy people for 5 months, dangling a unique opportunity in front of them, was certainly never my intention. It was unfortunate and disheartening that the last minute restrictions crippled us and we had to cancel. My initial reaction was to entertain the idea of a smaller venue being overflowing with angry atheists, as offered. Then I thought about how accepting that offer would legitimize our unequal treatment. I also thought about the angry atheists that … [Read more...]


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