Monthly Archive:: June 2007
The state department has approved a request to bring Lucy to the United States and her first stop is the Museum of Natural Science here in Houston. She’ll be on display from August 31st of this year until April of next year. I am really looking forward to this. I think it’s a toss up on how the
Louisiana legislators have passed a law banning the termination of late term pregnancies. There are no exceptions for the woman’s health. Doctors who make one themselves are subject to arrest. The punishment for acting on the idea that women are entitled to full medical care in all situations is a fine and up to ten
Sam Harris has an entertaining article up at Huffington Post where he takes reviews of the latest crop of atheist books and changes the wording to make them sound like something out of the Middle Ages about Witchcraft. My personal favorite: “The danger is that the aggression and hostility to [magic] in all its forms…
I’ve been tagged by Michael of Atheist Perspective and Tobe38 of A Load of Bright. What does that mean for you? You get to read eight facts/habits about me while wondering if you’re next on the list. Protocol must be followed though, so first things first – THE RULES: These rules must be posted before
A movie involving hundreds of well toned men running around half naked? What else can you do but set it to some appropriate music?
Being ‘pro-life’ is purported to be about saving innocent wee ones from the dreaded skull crushing instruments of the black hearted abortionists, right? Well, someone needs to put that in a memo and have it sent via registered mail to Debbie Schlussel (yep, that one) because like several of her pro-forced maternity brethren lately, she’s
The EAC strikes again! Hundreds of newly released coins bearing the likeness of John Adams have been found to be unmarred by religious slogans. Vive La Rébellion!
You may have already heard about it by now, but it’s just too good to pass up. The most esteemed conservative judge in America Anthony Scalia recently defended the use of torture by referring to the feats of none other than Jack Bauer – the fictional lead character on the show 24. Senior judges from
If there’s one thing I’ve always had a problem with it’s letting people borrow my books. I don’t like it and generally avoid it if possible. There are probably multiple reasons for this, but the biggest one is people seem to have a big damned problem with not destroying other people’s belongings. This is second