Monthly Archives: March 2012

American Atheists 2012: The Year of the Ex-Preacher – Atlanta atheism | Examiner.com

This article is nothing short of uplifting. Religion requires isolation and control of information to thrive.  This weekend proved that this will never again be the case in America.  The internet was the first blow to religion’s unopposed control, and … Continue reading

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The Brain Creates Religion – Video

Believing in God generates soothing “juices” in the brain that make us feel good.

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Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion – Wiley Online Library

I wish I could get my hands on this – I’d love to see if there’s any real science in here or if it’s all just more religious privilege and mental masturbation of the “we have God so everyone else is … Continue reading

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ingentaconnect Catholic Social Teaching and Europe

I was going to send the link of this to a friend of mine who is a religious studies professor – and was shocked to see this: Buy & download fulltext article: … Price: $48.00 plus tax (Refund Policy) Really? $48.00 … Continue reading

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Secret NOM documents reveal disgraceful, racist, anti-family strategy – YouTube

Ms. Jones is righteous in her indignation and outrage! Hate is a political tactic of Fascits, Nazis, totalitarians and the Vatican. It is NOT acceptable in a democratic nation. Secret NOM documents reveal disgraceful, racist, anti-family strategy – YouTube.

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John McCain Is Furious That He Can’t Lock Up Americans Under The NDAA

One would think that, with his True American Hero status, John McCain would know better than to besmirch his reputation by trying to undo key provisions of the Bill of Rights. Apparently his years in a North Vietnam prison did … Continue reading

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Kevin Gosztola; How Does a “Common Citizen’ Know If They Can Be Target of NDAA?

Here’s how good federal judges operate: At the start of the first hearing on a lawsuit challenging the Homeland Battlefield Act, a federal judge appeared to be ‘extremely skeptical’ that those pursuing the challenge had grounds to sue the US … Continue reading

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