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Atheist Day

I think today is supposed to be “Atheist Day.” Internet atheists are celebrating Atheist Day on twitter with the hashtag AtheistBecause.  For example: I am an #atheistbecause it just makes sense. I started questioning religion when I was 12. — … Continue reading

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Atheist Snowflakes

From Wiki: The Peace Cross is a World War I memorial, located in the three-way junction of Bladensburg Road, Baltimore Avenue, and Annapolis Road in Bladensburg, Maryland. It is a large cross, 40 feet (12 m) in height, made of … Continue reading

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Time to Admit Atheist Activists Don’t Care About Evidence

Hemant Mehta, the radical atheist activist who once helped orchestrate a smear campaign against an orphanage, is at it again.  This time he is attacking a high school student.  But it’s actually quite delicious, as he does so in a … Continue reading

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One Story the Friendly Atheist Won’t Touch

Over a year ago, I highlighted the propagandistic essence of anti-religious blogs like The Friendly Atheist. In other words, employ the propagandistic technique of cherry picking, which is not hard to do thanks to the internet’s ability to record every … Continue reading

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Is Religious Belief Always Bad?

Anti-religious activist Richard Carrier wrote a blog posting entitled, “What’s the Harm? Why Religious Belief Is Always Bad.”  Carrier comes up with a way to take a common New Atheist talking point and turn it into almost 6000 words of … Continue reading

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Atheists Make Bomb Threat Against Atheist Conference

Okay, I can’t say for sure it was an atheist who made the bomb threat, but it’s probably safe to say its primarily the atheist population who care about, let alone even know of, something called “Mythcon.”   That is, the … Continue reading

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Atheist Activist Uses Status as Conference Speaker to Hook-Up

Over at his blog (Sept 16), anti-religious activist Richard Carrier has a problem: Through a confluence of events, none of my girlfriends can make it to MythCon in Milwaukee this year. Oh, oh.  The harem is busy.  No worries.  Carrier is out … Continue reading

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Trouble in Satan Land

We have seen that Jex Blackmore has accused the Satanic Temple of of being racist and sexist while also claiming that she and other women in the group have been sexually harassed by members of the cult. Yet apparently, her article … Continue reading

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Atheist Activist Scorecard

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The FFRF’s Strange Response to the Silverman Firing

The FFRF issued a response to David Silverman’s firing and I find it to be rather odd. First, the FFRF (Annie Laurie Gaylor, Co-President)  begins by complaining about the negative stereotypes about atheists and blames the Bible.  These activists don’t … Continue reading

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