On which the Bill of Rights is based by baldilocks My cousin Dyllan and I are very much alike and get along very well. This is interesting, since we are related by marriage (he is the grandson of my American dad’s sister), I’m more than old enough to be his mother, and we had virtually … Continue reading Freedom From Religion (UPDATED)
by baldilocks Usually, I forego linking to the Washington Times; not for an ideological reason, but a practical one. The site is a nightmare of pop-up ads. But for this story, I couldn’t resist. The [U.S.] Navy has rejected the application of one Jason Heap, a doctor of theological history, he having obtained such a degree at … Continue reading No Godless Chaplains in the Navy … Yet
by baldilocks Yesterday at Hot Air, John Sexton posted a piece about a radio station’s cancellation of an appearance by public atheist Richard Dawkins. The station’s reason? They say they don’t support “hurtful/abusive speech” and are unwilling to give it a platform. Hurtful/abusive speech, in this case, is code for speech critical of Islam, which … Continue reading Why KPFA Cancelled the Richard Dawkins Appearance (UPDATED)
Leonard: Should we talk to some of these women? Howard: It’s way too early in the night for that. See, first we let the lawyers and the jocks thin the herd, and then we go after the weak and the old and the lame. The Big Bang Theory The Hofstadter Isotope 2009 Janine Davis: Well, … Continue reading Isn’t “Predator who Collects Girls” a Natural Step in our Evolutionary Path?
Warner Todd Huston has an interesting article that I'd like to say caught me by surprise: Isn’t Islam just as “dangerous” to the world as Christianity in these Atheist’s minds? It has to be for them to be consistent. Yet, again. Here they are. Supporting a religion. Ah, but what is the main difference here? … Continue reading Athiests for Islam?