One of the most interesting people I follow on Twitter is wealthy businessman, Mark Cuban. Cuban is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA and a very sharp dude. Not only that, he’s a skeptic, as he showed in a youtube video when the NBA signed a deal with “Power Bracelets”: He’s also [Read More…]
Arkansas State Senator Jason Rapert is pushing for a ten commandments monument on the AR capitol grounds. This, he says, is about history, and not religion. Ironically, the ten commandments itself says lying is a no-no, but that doesn’t stop Rapert. The Satanic Temple is already applying to put a Baphomet statue up next to [Read More…]
Denmark isn’t as atheistic as you might think, with about 79% of its citizens claiming Christianity. Not only that, the Denmark Constitution helps religion out tremendously by establishing the Lutheran Church as the state church, requiring the monarch to be a member of that church, requiring people to financially support their chosen church via taxation, [Read More…]
Yesterday the story of the atheist who had his $100 donation rejected by a Baptist-run charity exploded. A GoFundMe was created to entice the charity to take the money, but they said they’d reject any amount on principle (that principle supposedly being that atheists can’t care about or help children, or that their money can’t [Read More…]
Atheist has $100 donation to a children’s home refused due to his non-belief, responds in the most beautiful way.
Recently Matt Wilbourn, founder of the Muskogee Atheist Community, tried to donate $100 to the Murrow Indian Children’s Home, only to have his donation refused on account of his atheism: Matt Wilbourn says his donation was denied by the Murrow Indian Children’s Home after he asked that the home put the donation in the name [Read More…]
For two dollars you can support victims of the Orlando shooting and get some sweet music (please share).
Some of you may have heard of Zack Bresler. If not, he was the Audio/Video Coordinator and Videography Team Lead for the Reason Rally. He’s also quite a musician. He’s spent the last two years as an instructor and the director of the Audio Engineering and Music Technology program a Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, [Read More…]
Ok, so the Reason Rally is coming up. You may recall that I’ll be there squawking the national anthem. They’re doing one last fundraising push that is actually going very, very well, but more would still make a big difference. Our coalition members and just a handful of key donors have financed the majority of [Read More…]
I worked under Lyz Liddell in my time with the SSA. She is one of the most brilliant, hardest-working, kind, and fair-minded people I have ever encountered. Any project involving her is a damn good investment. That group will be the Center For Inquiry and that project will be Openly Secular. Via press release: The [Read More…]
The following is a guest post by Jaime Isham. Jaime was a first year volunteer counselor at Camp Quest Oklahoma, Camp Quest Kansas City, and Camp Quest West SoCal in 2015. In this guest post she writes about #WhyWeCQ. Fill out this quick form if you’re interested in more information about volunteering for Camp Quest after reading about Jaime’s experience. [Read More…]