Category Archives: atheists

Why Many Atheists Are Libertarians

Fall is such a constriction of work. Fall harvests and winter prep combined with shorter daylight hours create an atmosphere of panic and impending failure. The work will not all get done. Meanwhile on the chicken-for-food front, the roosters I … Continue reading

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Ralph Reed and Bill Maher Discuss Faith

In a rather lopsided discussion with mockery versus sincerity Bill Maher loses sight of what’s important to Christians in both rhetoric and value. Ralph Reed a Pentecostal asserts that national debt, welfare (even social security and Medicare), and the greater … Continue reading

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Theology, Atheism, & Pissing on People

The pope continues his confusing thoughts and actions. He is still pissing on the people. The Vatican is worried that he is a workaholic. Perhaps it is his ongoing exhaustion that keeps him from thinking clearly enough. He goes to the Mideast and … Continue reading

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Ron Reagan Comes Out on National TV

Ron Reagan, the liberal son of Ronald Reagan, has done a coming out atheist commercial that aired during The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. “I’m Ron Reagan, an unabashed atheist, and I’m alarmed by the intrusions of religion into our … Continue reading

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Religion as Theater

Have you ever done something nice you’re really not tuned in to and then had to continue or be rude? Often social manipulation relies on this kind of goodwill. It can be worse if you’re a religious leader. If you’ve … Continue reading

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Women in Secularism 3, a Subjective Debriefing

A farm routine knows no weekends. When I attend conferences the suspension of an everyday feeding and work schedule really interrupts the rhythm of life. Coming back home it is hard to reenter, breakthrough the resistance, and do chores again. My … Continue reading

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