Category Archives: atheists

Happy Birthday Mr Hitchens

I wonder how Hitch would respond to today’s conundrum of social justice, atheism, and social obnoxiousness. Hitch was clearly willing to interfere in other countries for humanitarian reasons. It was almost as if he were gleeful in the desire of personal harm for … Continue reading

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Does Protesting Work Anymore?

Over the weekend there was a Twitter debate on which kind of messaging works best on Atheist billboards. With the splintering of atheism into movements, identity politics, and ideological nuances, atheists are struggling with what to do next. There is a … Continue reading

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Heina Dadabhoy on Atheist Debates

After feeling guilty that I was not working at the beginning of Thanksgiving break, we need the money and what I earn is directly related to how many hours I am willing to put in, I spent the rest of … Continue reading

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The Discovery Institute Goes Fishing

Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season is sketchy for me. I am constantly considering whether to call people on their shit or not, trying to focus on community and bridge building, while making it clear that much of … Continue reading

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A Salon Take on How Religion Harms

It’s 9 degrees wind-chill today and I’m supposed to be swapping a window. Not thrilled. To get the work done I need to build up some energy. I also need to go get a truckload of apples for cider making that … Continue reading

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Political Religious Prejudice to Atheists

Rebuilding old windows and doors that have been replaced so they can be reused is a means of preserving history while lessening resource impact. It probably costs more because of labor but often I learn much by looking at how things were … Continue reading

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