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Islamophobia and the Regressive Left: a Discussion

November 8, 2015

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I rarely get into discussions on social media about atheism or politics. I usually try to avoid them. However, every once in a while something will get posted by a friend or acquaintance that is so fractally wrong and dangerous that I simply cannot refrain from commenting. I have absolutely no tolerance for the attempt […]

Stop Supporting the Pope

October 19, 2015

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The American left has been having a love affair with pope Francis, and it’s time to stop. Francis has proven to be an objectively better person than pope Ratzinger, but that bar was set extremely low to begin with. Francis has come out saying some hopeful words about the treatment of gays, and has voiced […]

Book Review: Islam and the Future of Tolerance

October 14, 2015

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Sam Harris is a highly polarizing figure that people usually associate with controversy. He isn’t afraid to voice his opinions on controversial subjects such as religion, terrorism, the ethics of torture, nuclear war, gun control, morality, and free will to name a few. Harris views these hot-button topics as some of the most important obstacles […]

1000 views this month!

April 30, 2011

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I just thought I’d make a post about this blog reaching 1000 views for this month (400 views in just the last few days), making it the busiest month in my blogging history!  I realize that 1000 views is rather small and insignificant, especially in comparison to popular atheist and science blogs such as Greta […]

Godless in Tumourville: Christopher Hitchens interview

March 28, 2011

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New interview with Christopher Hitchens from The Telegraph.  The title “Godless in Tumorville” makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time.  This is a great interview, especially since it goes into such depth in various aspects of Hitchens’ life.  Mick Brown proves to be a great interviewer.  This is a very long […]

New interview with Christopher Hitchens

January 29, 2011

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As much as I find these interviews fascinating, I also find them difficult to watch.  Hitchens has been, and still remains, a great source of influence in my life.  As most of you probably know, he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the summer of 2010.  This is a great interview, which will bring you […]