Dawkins is Worse than ISIS But the SJWs Are Even Worse


What do Donald Trump, ISIS, Richard Dawkins, and Rebecca Watson have in common? The answer is obvious, no? [Read more...]

The Shaming Of Kim Davis

The Kentucky clerk who refused to issue LGBTQ marriage licenses

The vitriolic response towards Kim Davis displayed a large lack of empathy from the vast online atheist community. [Read more...]

Why I’m Happy About the RFRA and Other Random Ramblings


Why I think the Indiana RFRA passage was good for the state of Indiana: It allowed the citizens of Indiana to revolt against hate. [Read more...]

SWAT Teams Train to Kill ‘Extremist Atheist Terrorists’ at Gun Show Convention

"US Customs and Border Protection officers". Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

At the annual “Urban Shield” conference “militant atheist extremists” were the… terrorists? [Read more...]

Kevlar and Jesus


We’ve all heard it– that six-word phrase that inspires believers (you can always tell they’re inspired by the way they nod and make the affirmative humming noise) but makes our eyes twitch and our teeth grind. Six unassuming words, strung together to create an inordinate amount of animosity between two already divided groups. “There are [Read More...]

Corky and Jesus, A “How-to” Guide on Forcing Jesus’ Will Against the Mentally Challenged


A book titled “Helping the Retarded to Know God” is available for a bargain price on Amazon! In today’s market, there is certainly no shortage of self-help books. In a small corner of your local bookstore, you can learn to do everything from meditating, to fly fishing, to building a space shuttle out of six [Read More...]

Carrie Underwood: Not a Single Atheist Cares What You Sing


Carrie Underwood fans have recently been on a tirade bashing atheists for allegedly bashing her for singing about….*gasp* Jesus! Imagine that. A privileged Christian white woman from a predominantly privileged Christian white culture has released a song praising the predominant religious figure of her own religious preference which falls in line with 70% of the [Read More...]

Memorial Day has passed…

I haven’t ever really observed Memorial Day before. I have not maligned it nor just disregarded it, but I have never stopped and given the time to make remembrance. This year was especially hard for me. I went perusing through the military pages on facebook, typically filled with humor, insults, derogatory comments, veterans and active [Read More...]