Having A Placeholder Atheist Is Bittersweet

Wow, so I think I have an atheist senator now. Ted Kaufman has been appointed to take Biden’s senate seat, and get a load of this from the NYT: What he calls his “humanistic” way of thinking he attributes largely to his Irish Catholic mother, a teacher, and his father, a secular Jew, a social [...]

Archimedes outlasts prayers

Ain’t this just too perfect? An ancient work of Archimedes where he was closing in on calculus was almost lost, because some monk scraped the ink off, chopped up the pages and used them to make a prayer book. Yeah, remember this the next time you hear clowns like D’Souza talk about how Christianity fostered [...]

Now Can you See Why?

From the Star Tribune, the ACLU filed suit against a publicly funded charter school Wednesday over promoting religion and leasing school space from a religious organization. Despite claims otherwise from the school, the ACLU claims the school is using federal and state money to promote religion in violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. [...]

Never Go Full Retard

Great update on this story. It seems Beulah, ND won’t be banning Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil from the high school library after all. I wish I could say it was because the school board came to its senses, but the chairman of the board, Phil Eastgate, said the ban left the [...]

Bizzarro World

If you’ve read Superman comics, you should be familiar with Bizarro, a freakishly flawed clone of Superman who, although trying and thinking he’s doing good, does nothing but harm. Well say hello to the ACRU, the Bizarro ACLU, and then say hello to Hans Zeiger and his craptastic piece entitled, So Help Me God. But [...]