Good morning everybody! Before I spam you with things that are awful in politics and religion, here’s a dog about to take off in a flying car. He’s really excited! And he’s followed by a baby kangaroo. :) I’m a little pressed for time today, but I’m going to post everything I find today that [Read More...]
Had a great session today. We decided to shelve treating the social anxiety since that will likely go away once my issues with body and food go away. Early on she asked me what I was thinking and, as always, I was frank. I told her I resented the dance of trying to make it [Read More...]
[UPDATED] One of four finalists to be FSU’s next president doesn’t believe in evolution or climate change.
One might think that having a president who, in his time as a state senator, has undermined what is taught in your colleges science classes might be a bit of a hindrance. This would be like a vegetarian wanting to be president of Outback Steak House. But that’s exactly what John Thresher wants. The man [Read More...]
Yesterday was a roller-coaster. I started the say off feeling pretty normal, even had a normal breakfast with carbs. But that dissipated as the day went on until I found myself crying at night for fear of leaving my home, my safe space, to travel to Apostacon this weekend. There’s no reason for me to [Read More...]
Lindsey Graham is a House Rep. Senator out of South Carolina is afraid…of pretty much everything. That wouldn’t be an issue except he helps to make laws. The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive [Read more...]
In Arizona a man by the name of Ansar Muhammad has attempted to kill his wife. Ordinarily murder might conflict with a person’s morality, but Ansar’s conscience was assuaged with the knowledge that his religion said that killing his wife was ok. In Arizona, a 43-year-old man named Ansar Muhammad is facing an array of [Read More...]
Courts say Utah man doesn’t have to testify about possible child labor violations because Mormonism.
Under suspicion that an FLDS church (think Mormons who think god wasn’t joking about polygamy) in Utah was violating child labor laws the police sought testimony from a man named Vernon Steed. Steed refused saying that the workings of the church were sacred matters and due to the Hobby Lobby decision he should be exempt [Read More...]
I had a friend in college named Kevin Sweet. He was kind, quiet, and a tad brilliant. My arguments from failed biblical prophecy are largely taken from him. He’s now gone off into the world to seek his fortune climbing anything made of rock that has a really high peak. We’ve not talked in many [Read More...]
Now I understand: all those groceries were taking up space where puppies could’ve gone. [Read more...]
Zack Ford has another stellar article up at Think Progress which answers the question of how much Idaho has spent trying to keep LGBT people relegated to second class citizens: So far, taxpayers in Idaho have spent $71,477 for the state to defend its ban on same-sex marriage. Most of that chunk has gone directly to Monte [Read More...]
After the Greece decision the Freedom From Religion Foundation requested that atheists ask for equal time giving invocations before their local governments. Well, the entries are in, and there’s money and vacation time on the line: Voting is only open for 72 hours so please vote now! (Voting closes at noon Central Time, Thursday, Sept. [Read More...]
Gordon Klingenschmitt is running for Congress in Colorado. He recently heard of a wedding business in New York that was fined $13,000 for refusing gay customers. At first glance this might seem like a standard protection against discrimination – saying businesses can’t refuse gay people seems hardly different from saying a business can’t segregate their [Read More...]
This made me chuckle when I saw it, so I thought i’d pass it along. [Read more...]
Sam Brownback, the governor of my current state of residency (Kansas), has unwittingly been the focal point of a political experiment. He is a Tea Party favorite in a legislature under complete conservative Republican control (i.e., he has had the freedom to turn the GOP’s economic dreams into reality). How has this worked out? Job [Read More...]