At last, the day Donald Trump was no longer in office had finally arrived. I happily watched the Biden and…
We don’t need atheists like Ed Brayton, who think it’s OK for children to be brainwashed before they know how to spell their name
Late last week, the Scottish government announced that its ‘blasphemy’ law would be abolished, and secular organizations around the world…
I would like to think that CFI has now learned its lesson, and won’t even touch an SJW with a ten-foot pole — with Melody Hensley and Kavin Senapathy they have had enough dragging their name through the mud.
Atheist Day goes to show our fellow heathens that they are not alone — if this initiative or this post helps even just one atheist anywhere in the world to feel more at ease or that not all is lost, that makes it worthwhile enough for me
If a family don’t respect their atheist members enough to have gatherings in places and settings where everyone feels welcome, what all the kids will pick up on, then, is that’t is OK to treat atheist relatives (and atheists in general) with less amount of respect and love than that afforded to everyone else
For a world with more readily and affordable access to abortions, HPV vaccinations, evidence-based sex education & sex workers’ protections
Nada Peratovic claims humanism has to do with making decisions based on science, reason, critical thinking, yet fails miserably to dismiss a demonstrably anti-scientific doctrine as critical theory.
Gee, it must be a day ending in Y, for there’s a new deliberate misrepresentation of something Richard Dawkins said…
While the bar named after Hitchens closes its doors, the world around it is dismantling everything that he defended in his life and his works.
Charlatanry has lost another round to Reason in the cradle of Enlightenment
The European Skeptics Congress 2019 will take place this year in Ghent (Belgium), from August 29 to September 1st —…
Quentin Tarantino‘s ninth film, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, will be released worldwide by late July. The movie is…
I fail to see why people with religious deeply held beliefs would get a pass on behaviors that are definitely not allowed for people with non-religious deeply held beliefs.
Maybe American Atheists is courting a new target audience? It would be nice if they were upfront about it, instead of just spreading their newfound faith in magical thinking pretending they are still committed to critical reasoning
If you no longer believe in imaginary friends, heavens dictators and the absurd fables created to milk the fear of death, this is as a perfectly good date to come out.
Christopher Hitchens pointed out that the fatwa against Salman Rushdie was the opening shot in a culture war against freedom. The state of the world seems to agree with him.
The Four Horsemen, a souvenir of a time when reason and science dominated the conversation
Words and ideas lack the power to change the course of material world events by themselves.
The ECHR should be clear about the most elementary aspects of the job: legal protections are for people, not ideas or feelings.