The First Amendment: What Argument?

I’ve been spending a lot of time studying the Constitution, lately. I really like that document and I think it is very nearly the greatest thing ever written. It’s mind-blowingly brilliant and, although there were flaws in it, the manner in which it was written and how our government was set up gave it the [Read More...]

When Religion and Politics mix…When the media fails to report…When we don’t understand why…

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Media Coverage I suppose the first thing to cover is the fact that no national American media source is willing to cover what is going on in today’s political arena with the audacity that, say, Walter Cronkite would be able to do. If you click the link you’ll find the story about how a single reporter [Read More...]

An Atheist’s Speech for Christians (Todd Stiefel at Fort Bragg)

Todd Stiefel is an influential philanthropist who funds an astounding number of innovative atheist upstart projects. He also has decades of business experience, giving him that rare quality-control that our movement needs. We’re forever in debt to him for giving us a chance at the first Rock Beyond Belief. Todd is also an excellent public [Read More...]

Reverend: “What does the military put on gravestones of atheists, a thumbs-down?”

The recent article about mandatory Spiritual Fitness in the Pasadena Sun was overall quite positive. Out of a group of 10 or so religious leaders from various religious preferences, the vast majority were on our side. I’m actually happy that only a few took a stand against us. One of them at least tried to [Read More...]

Recently killed Al Qaeda spokesman Anwar al-Awlaki was an American citizen

Navy atheist, Zachary Sneddon wrote: Aggressor or not, on foreign soil or not, Anwar al-Awlaki was a natural-born American citizen; he never renounced his citizenship, and that makes him a traitor, not a foreign combatant. Treason is the highest crime in our law code, but it is still a federal crime, and as a citizen [Read More...]


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