There is an interesting study out this week by two University of Kentucky researchers that the number of atheists may be twice as large as previously estimated. The number may be closer to 26 percent — an fascinating prospect given the politics surrounding faith-based initiatives and policies. As I have previously discussed, both parties have […] […]Read More This is a scary trend for the religious right, but it makes me happy
Atheism is derogatory, but secularism is held as honorable and just.Read More A very interesting take on militant atheism, secularism, and perception.
Why didn’t I do this before? I went as far as the Secular Student Alliance, but when that attempt at a student group at North Central Michigan College bombed I gave up on it. I’ve changed my focus to include many secular ideas and information about them, but without openly referring to them as atheist-related. […]Read More The Secular Coalition of America
setting up my scheduleRead More A new method of scheduling my life
These are examples of my publicly published and searchable writing.Read More Comics I have reviewed and my reviews located on multiverse.com
College kids like to have fun, but sometimes they have to be inventive. When it comes down to it, we all try to be inventive and come up with those little tricks to make tasks easier. From tapping on the lid of a jar to loosen the seal when trying to open it to the […]Read More Life hacks for the college student
Professional skepticism is the act of approaching all information with a skeptical mindset…Read More Professional skepticism is the act of approaching all information with a skeptical mindset.
Donald Trump wasn’t always a Republican. In fact, he was a staunch Democrat until a few years ago when Obama said something in front of a room full of people, which in all likelihood really pissed him off. When Obama mocked him at the White House Correspondents Dinner, in front of a room of people […]Read More “Do we truly understand Trump’s motivation?” “Heinous Contravention of The Constitution”
via Daily Prompt: Symptom A common “symptom” of successful people is the desire to constantly learn and to educate others.Read More Daily word: Symptom
via Daily Prompt: Acceptance People in general need to learn acceptance. I don’t mean just acceptance of other people and their lifestyles, although that is desperately needed as well. What I am referring to in particular is acceptance related to oneself. Everyone has personal issues or limitations that they either need to accept or have […]Read More Daily Prompt: Acceptance