Monthly Archive:: February 2009
James Dobson has resigned from Focus on the Family (via Pam’s House Blend). Conservative evangelical leader James Dobson has resigned as chairman of Focus on the Family but will continue to play a prominent role at the organization he founded more than three decades ago, The Associated Press has learned. Dobson notified the board of
Upon hearing that South Carolina has passed a bill requiring a 24 waiting period between forcing a woman to get an ultrasound and letting her get an abortion one may pause to wonder why. One may also take the time to read the words in blue above the body of this post for the answer.
The Onion slams Sony with a profanity laced rant (via Cyber Lizard): Sony Releases New Stupid Piece Of Shit That Doesn’t Fucking Work
Ray Comfort is still trying to harass Dawkins into either debating him or chewing his ass out. And par for the course, Comfort has decided to lie. This time it’s about the banana video. Comfort is now stating that “atheists” doctored the video in order to misrepresent him and his argument: Comfort says, “For years
I was in a funk this morning, but then I watched this video and couldn’t resist smiling. Those allergic to cuteness may wanna pass this up.
Last Saturday I posted about Ray Comfort offering Richard Dawkins $10K to ‘debate’ him. Dawkins has since responded by saying that he would do it – if the banana king made a $100K donation to his foundation. Comfort’s response to the counteroffer? Why to claim that Dawkins is a coward as well as an embarrassment
Public funding of family planning services prevents around 1.9 million unintended pregnancies, 860K unintended births, 810K abortions and 270K miscarriages each year, saving the United States billions of dollars in medical expenses (source). Thus it makes sense that, no matter which side of the abortion debate we fall on as individuals, people are provided the
Some people don’t like the sound of kids playing Basketball. Some people apparently don’t like the sight of kids sliding without suffering the consequences: via: Fail Blog
Here’s a video of Christopher Hitchin’s talking about how religion removes personal responsibility and how Christianity is a totalitarian religion that gives no one any say in the matter: This video is one of the reasons I haven’t read his book, God is not Great. I really don’t need anyone to tell me that. The
Because the banana king wants to ‘debate’ none other than Richard Dawkins. He’s even offered Dawkins $10K to put up with him for a mere hour. “I will donate $10,000 to him or give it to any children’s charity he names. All I ask is that he goes into a studio and gives me 20