Monthly Archives: October 2018

Atheists Rush to Defend Satanists

About a week ago, two girls, age 11 and 12, went to school with the intention of killing smaller children so they could drink their blood, eat their flesh, and then commit suicide to be with Satan.  Since this sounds … Continue reading

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Atheist Religions

Here’s an article entitled, “Why millennials are ditching religion for witchcraft and astrology.”  It does link to a survey that shows “more than half of young adults in the U.S. believe astrology is a science,” but other than that, their … Continue reading

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Eye for an Eye

There is another excerpt from Elizabeth Finne’s article that I want to highlight: Proportionality, meanwhile, is a criterion of fairness and justice applicable in all areas of the law, from self-defense and the use of military force, to the adjudication … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of the Subjective

Back in March, Elizabeth Finne wrote an excellent article entitled, “The Tyranny of the Subjective.” Let me quote some excerpts: We are living in socially and politically bewildering times. One of the reasons for this is the sheer number of … Continue reading

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NPC Attack

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Another Fake Hate Crime

I’m shocked: A member of student government at Ohio University has been charged with a misdemeanor after she allegedly made false statements to police about receiving threatening messages. Anna Ayers, who is a member of the OU student senate, was … Continue reading

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Be careful what you say

From this news article: Jacinta Brooks, 41, asked a 12-year-old girl to send indecent pictures of herself – the third time she is known to have targeted children. […] Prosecutor Berenice Mulvanny said that police found screenshots of the conversation … Continue reading

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Is Evidence Still Important?

One of the things I  have noticed about Christine Blasey Ford allegations against Judge Kavanaugh is the response from the atheist activist community.  As far as i can tell, there is a unanimous consensus of belief.  That is, the atheist … Continue reading

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Social Justice Meltdown

The vote to confirm Judge Kavenaugh for Supreme Court Justice has the social justice activists/atheists in a complete meltdown. For example, PZ Myers wrote, “Chuck Wendig eloquently says what I think” and then quotes his twitter storm. What did Chuck … Continue reading

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Tweety Dawk Reduced to Virtue Signaling

Given Dawkins dwindling status as a player in the public arena, I suppose we should not be surprised that he has turned to Virtue Signaling: Bullseye by Paul Krugman: the politics of white male resentment“(Trump’s) jihad against Barack Obama … Continue reading

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