Category Archives: Hypocrisy

Steven Pinker Reaps What He Sows

As I pointed out in the previous posting, the smear techniques being used against New Atheist Steven Pinker are just the same techniques New Atheists have been using against religious people for years.  So there is a certain element of … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy and The Disdain for Freedom

Here’s the video of the debate between atheist Sargon of Akkad and atheist Thomas Smith. I actually watched most of it, although I gave up half way through the Q&A.   In my opinion, neither speaker was all that impressive and … Continue reading

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When Propagandists Promote Critical Thinking

Over at the Friendly Atheist blog, Hemant Mehta has a blog entitled “Lawrence Krauss Talks About How To Become a Better Critical Thinker.”  It amuses me that a propagandist like Mehta would try to promote critical thinking.  It’s like a … Continue reading

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The Hypocrisy of Madalyn Murray O’Hair

William Murray, the son of Madalyn Murray O’Hair, has spoken out about the various pieces of misinformation and omission in the recent Netflix movie about his mother. Murray notes that the Netflix movie completely ignored Madalyn’s Marxist worldview and activities: … Continue reading

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Activist Atheists Display Their Level of Commitment to The Evidence

When it comes to the origin of the nasty napkin that was allegedly left with an anonymous waitress, I noted there are three possible explanations. It was written by the waitress herself or someone she knows. It was written by … Continue reading

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Yet another Social Justice Atheist Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Richard Carrier, the internet blogger who sells himself as some type of leading scholar and champion of feminism, has been accused of sexual harrassment by multiple victims.  When the The FtB Ethics Committee began reviewing  some of these accusations, Carrier … Continue reading

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The Rambow Effect: How Moderate Views Fuel Extremism

Henry Rambow wrote an article which essentially regurgitates Sam Harris’s argument about religious moderates being blamed for the existence of extreme religious fundamentalists. Like Harris, Rambow approaches the whole issue with incredible tunnel vision.  He seems oblivious to the fact … Continue reading

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New Atheist Promotes “AIDS Cure”

Atheist activist Bill Maher recently helped promote a quack who claims he cured Charlie Sheen, and entire countries, of AIDS with the milk of arthritic goats: Maher hosted—and seemed to take seriously—Dr. Samir Chachoua, who famously injected himself with Charlie … Continue reading

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Puncturing the Narrative

According to the media: Security concerns have prompted officials in a Virginia county to close schools after parental objections to a world geography lesson that included Islam. Augusta County School Board President Eric Bond announced Thursday that schools would be … Continue reading

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Dawkins Gets Poe’d Yet Again

Richard Dawkins likes to retweet.  For example, on Dec 12, he retweeted himself: “Shouldn’t we all be taught to doubt, to weigh up plausibility and to demand evidence?” –@RichardDawkins — The Four Horsemen (@_Four_Horsemen) December 12, 2015 What’s hilarious … Continue reading

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