Monthly Archives: May 2018

Atheism and Depression

I am sure you have all heard how religious belief is declining among young people.  Thus, you have to wonder if there is a connection here: New research shows there’s been a sharp spike in cases of major depression in … Continue reading

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Why Was That Published?!!

There is very little difference between a New Atheist activist and a Social Justice activist.  Consider atheist activist Jerry Coyne.   He is such a snowflake that it won’t be long before he starts demanding trigger warnings when certain topics come … Continue reading

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How Social Justice Activists Think

Nora Berenstain,  an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Tennesse,  is also a hardcore advocate of social justice ideology.  Let’s have a look at her FB posting from last year that berated Rebecca Tuvel, an assistant professor of philosophy at … Continue reading

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Looks Like the Latest School Shooter was an Atheist and Satanist

There’s been another school shooting that has killed 10 people in Texas. According to this ABC report about the shooter: On Facebook, Pagourtzis lists himself as an atheist under religious views Also, his Facebook account appears to indicate an interest … Continue reading

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UC Berkeley Morphing Into a Clown College?

From here: A University of California, Berkeley report on free speech questions the motives of controversial speakers who sparked violent campus clashes last year, saying they were part of a “coordinated campaign” to make college campuses appear intolerant of conservative … Continue reading

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Extreme Bias Among College Professors

You should take the time to read this analysis: In this article I offer new evidence about something readers of Academic Questions already know: The political registration of full-time, Ph.D.-holding professors in top-tier liberal arts colleges is overwhelmingly Democratic. Indeed, faculty political … Continue reading

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