Author Archives: Michael

Atheist Activists Meltdown Because of Supreme Court

Yesterday was a bad day for the anti-religious/atheist activists: A 40-foot-tall, World War I memorial cross can continue to stand on public land in Maryland, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday in an important decision about the use of religious symbols … Continue reading

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Atheists Can’t Make Up their Minds

According to atheist Jay Wexler, Atheists all believe there is no god that governs the universe, but other than that, nothing necessarily unites us. But even that belief does not unite the atheists.  From some, we are told that atheists … Continue reading

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Oberlin College Found Guilty of Attacking and Slandering Local Business

Oberlin College has been found guilty of helping to organize a smear campaign against local citizens: Oberlin College has been ordered by a jury to pay $44 million to a local bakery and convenience store after the midwestern liberal arts … Continue reading

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Christian Baker Again Under Attack

It appears the LGBTQ community is still involved in a hate campaign against a baker who just happens to be a Christian: The owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop — which won a case before the US Supreme Court recently — was … Continue reading

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Netherlands Teen Kills Herself While Parents Watch

According to the most recent reports, the Netherlands did not euthanize Noa Pothoven.  Instead, she committed suicide with the help of doctors and parents.  At least that’s what the latest story is, as apparently there is some type of investigation: … Continue reading

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Netherlands Euthanizes Depressed Teen Girl

More post-Christian enlightenment: A 17-year-old Dutch girl was legally allowed to kill herself using euthanasia after she was raped when younger and spent years battling depression, according to a report Tuesday. I can understand assisted suicide for elderly people suffering … Continue reading

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Getting it Wrong

Ten years (plus two days) ago to this date, Jerry Coyne attacked Francis Collins, opposing his nomination to head the NIH: I am funded by the NIH, and I’m worried. Not about my own funding (although I’m a heathen cultural … Continue reading

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God of the Gaps Atheism

The militant atheist movement is built on the belief that there is no evidence for God. Of course, such atheists are entitled to their opinions on this matter, but because of their militancy, and the way it serves their agenda, … Continue reading

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Hey Max Boot, Here’s Why I Would Be Unlikely to Vote for an Unapologetic Atheist

Atheist Max Boot wrote an article for the Washington Post complaining that people won’t vote for an atheist for President. Boot offers up the typical, self-serving argument about how atheists are victims: Atheists are looked down upon because of the … Continue reading

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Atheist vs. Atheist, Round 2

Over at the “Friendly Atheist” blog, Mehta has posted a new entry entitled, “Dr. Richard Carrier Has (Again) Sued Several Atheists on Charges of Defamation.” Nothing new with regards to accusations and evidence.  Just Carrier using a different legal strategy … Continue reading

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