Monthly Archive:: November 2008
Or in the words of Adam of Daylight Atheism: …the age of reason is also an age of wonder. The devotees of superstition and pseudoscience do not know what they are missing. In grasping after fool’s gold, they have missed the true vein. The universe is a grander, more majestic and more beautiful place than
There are times when I think I’m a bit too mean towards Christians. Then I find crap like this (you can read about it here): And become convinced that none of us, including our so-called Christian allies, are mean enough.
I finally got around to reading this month’s issue of Freethought Today by the Freedom From Religion Foundation and as usual, it was not disappointing. Of all the articles this month it is the one by Barbara Walker titled “A Brief History of Marriage” that caught my eye. Apparently back in the day it was
The Atheist Blogger just tagged everyone who read his post with a book meme and since I actually have a book near my desk this morning, I decided not to ignore him. The Rules: Grab the nearest book. Open the book to page 56. Find the fifth sentence. Post the text of the next seven
You can find all of Pat’s videos with subtitles on DotSUB.
According to BlogThings, here’s what we’re having tomorrow says about me: What Your Thanksgiving Meal Says About You When it comes to the holidays, you are traditional with a twist. You do things a bit differently, and you’ve established your own traditions. You see the holidays as a time to think about what’s important to
The Freedom of Religion Foundation has filed a lawsuit against Rancho Cucomonga in the wake of their billboard being taken down after someone in city hall made an inquiry about taking it down. Though the city is denying that they had anything to do with it, the Daily Bullinten quoted Linda Daniels, the Redevelopment Director,
One week after being put up in Rancho Cucamonga, California, the Imagine No Religion billboard, shown to the left, by the Freedom From Religion Foundation has been taken down. It would be one thing if the company who owned the billboard had taken it down on their own. However, it’s another thing when the company
These are the words of an Egyptian lawyer named Nagla Al Imam in an interview where she, yes SHE, encourages Arabic men to sexually harass Israeli women and girls as a new form of resistance. Why does she support such behaviour? Because “they [Israelis] violate our rights, and they rape the land”. She goes on