Monthly Archive:: February 2009
I <3 Britain: A father and daughter from a US church which preaches hatred of homosexuals have been banned from entering the UK. Fred Phelps and his daughter Shirley Phelps-Roper from the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) had urged protests against a play being put on in Hampshire. Even better is why they banned their asses:
We atheists get accused of a lot of things. Usually it’s just the same tripe repeated over and over again ad nauseum. Every now and then though a religious group has an original thought. It’s a stupid thought, but it is original. The religious group this time is the Free Market Foundation here in Texas.
This is almost too good. A right wing Christian group has issued a report card on other right wing Christian groups and found them lacking in the nut department: Why?
If you need to clarify the same with an ill-natured and vexatious person yourself, here’s a blank one.
Banana King Ray Comfort tries to sell Jesus to the wrong guy:
George Bush is set to give his speech since leaving office and it’s pretty much par for the course with him. The media is banned and he’s sticking to safe territory. What is amusing is that he will not be giving this speech in America. His first post-presidential speech is going to take place in
You may not know it, but Brent Spiner is a very funny guy. Here’s a video of him showing it by asking Patrick Stewart a question at a convention last year:
When a man admits that he did in fact use his position as county sheriff to rape a woman, you put them in jail ASAP. You do not let them enjoy a three month break between admitting guilt and being imprisoned just as he threatened his victim with if she didn’t comply!! I don’t care
The Religious Right is upset (again). They’ve decided that it hurts their feefees when we refer to them as the religious right and they’re not going to take it anymore (via: Pam Spalding): The term “Religious Right” pops up every election cycle, but leaders often identified with the political movement say that while their constituencies
The Atheist Bus Campaign has arrived in the United States courtesy of the FFRF. There are six bus ads in all, but here are my two favourites (click to enlarge): You can read more about the campaign and donate to it at the Foundation’s site.