Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis is doing his best to suck the fun out of Halloween again. To be fair, these gospel tracts are delicious. Read more

Somehow this conference was successful despite not providing a platform for misogynists, racists, white supremacists, alt-righters, or rape apologists. Huh. Read more

Unlike MythCon which was shrouded in controversy for good reason, the PA State Atheist/Humanist Conference is focused on good works and positivity. Read more

For atheists, raising children without religion sounds pretty easy… unless you live in a tiny rural-suburban village with more church pews than people. Read more

Just $10 gains you entry into this survivor-style NFL football pool, with 50% of the money going to secular charities, including Hurricane Harvey victims. Read more

Joel Osteen apparently needs the internet to remind him how to be a good Christian. Thankfully for Hurricane Harvey victims, he listened. Read more

The Good News Club posted an article about avoiding 7 types childhood trauma. Here’s how the GNC subjects kids to each of them. Read more

I address the Pro-Truth Pledge founder’s accusations of slander, cyberbullying, and yes, racism, and finish with a final message to him directly. Read more

Gleb Tsipursky has apologized for deception associated with the Pro-Truth Pledge. But he’s still unethically cashing in on other people’s content. Read more

Good News Club volunteers are breaking the law again, this time in Wisconsin. Can parents do anything about it? I have an idea. Read more

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