Wanna write a guest post?

Calling all people with patience! Would you like to write a guest post(s) for this blog? JT and I seek volunteers who live in or around the areas in which Dr. Brad Harrub will present creationist seminars and retreats in 2012 to attend a seminar and write about it. I don’t want you to be [Read More...]

Help make the lives of atheist teens easier

In my capacity as high school organizer with the Secular Student Alliance I have been working for the last several months on a project called Secular Safe Zone.  It’s a means by which teachers can make it apparent that their classroom is a place where equality for non-believers is expected.  It will also identify that [Read More...]

Nathalie is back

Nathalie Rothschild, who doesn’t think you should come out for the Reason Rally, got spanked pretty hard after her last salvo both on various blogs and in the comments of the article itself.  Well, she’s back and traipsing along the same lines.  Credit to her for having the moxy to venture out again.  Demerits for [Read More...]

Nudist revolutionary calendar

Via Maryam Namazie. the Nude Photo Revolutionaries Calendar is being launched in homage to Egyptian atheist, student and blogger Aliaa Magda Elmahdy who posted a nude photo of herself, announcing the post on Twitter under the hashtag, #NudePhotoRevolutionary. Apparently the Muslims powers that be in Egypt didn’t care for Elmahdy’s immodest and openly defiant actions, [Read More...]

Come lobby with us!

After Michaelyn and I get to Washington DC for the Reason Rally, and after our three-way atheist date at the Smithsonian, she and I will be learning how to lobby congress on Friday, March 23rd along with hundreds of other atheists. You can join in!  It won’t cost you a dime and you’ll get training [Read More...]

We did good

Jessica Ahlquist was on CNN yesterday and, as usual, did the atheist movement proud. Check the video and note that they talk about the Evil Little Thing shirts. [Read more...]

The best place to start is at the beginning.

I recently extended an invite to my friend, David Burger, to be the second contributor to this blog.  David is the best activist and leader you’ve never heard of.  This is his inaugural post. Please join me in welcoming him aboard! ~JT I’ll start with the best opening line from any speech; My name is [Read More...]

Victory in Cranston

After a roller coaster of a night in which Jessica Ahlquist sat stoic in the back of the auditorium doing what she’s done for the last two years (endured the intimidation tactics of the deeply faithful), the board voted 5-2 not to appeal the original decision. Good.  Let that scrappy young lady enjoy part of [Read More...]

Live-blogging Cranston decision

I’m not on the ground, but I’ve done everything I can to get in contact with various people on the ground.  I’ll be updating this post as I get new info. Seems that #prayerbanner is the hashtag that’s stuck on twitter if you want to monitor things there.  Good luck, Jessica. [Read more...]

Cranston decision tonight

Tonight the banner committee at Cranston West will decide whether or not to appeal their initial loss.  They will convene at 6pm EST but we’ll likely not see a decision until later. This has been a harrowing ordeal for Jessica Ahlquist.  Despite having the support of atheists around the world I’m sure at times, especially [Read More...]


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