I Like This

Sometimes I run into some really lucid, spot-on comments and posts while wandering through the Atheosphere, that I feel the need to share. Over at Freethought Blogs, there are so many thoughtful, interesting posts that it’s hard to keep up with them. I like the idea of congregating much of the Atheosphere in one place, but on the other hand, it can be overwhelming, with much of the forest lost for the trees. Continue reading

I Get Email Too

Not very often, and most of it is spam, but occasionally I get email that requires some response. Here is one I felt compelled to respond to.


Time to crack down, folks. Be sure to vote ….. all you Democrats can ignore this as I’m sure you will. 


RE: 3 American Hikers Now In The NEWS

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And They PAY Him For This?

Glenn Beck is losing it. I know, he probably lost it long ago, but his TV persona and public relations machine has a lot of people convinced that he makes sense, when he’s clearly a fruitcake riding the money coaster.

The latest nonsense out of his mouth is a great example of biting the hand that feeds you. He claims that religion, institutional religion, is really a front for Communism and Nazism.

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Hitler And Stalin Again

I’ve written before about how ludicrous the argument is that Hitler and Stalin (among others) were atheists, and that as a result of being atheists, they are front and center examples of the worst of atheism. As the argument is usually thrown in our faces, Stalin killed millions of people in the name of atheism, while somehow Hitler, who professed to be a Christian, was also a good (or bad) example of atheism run amok.

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Atheism and Stalin

Atheism is responsible for the deaths of 100 million people in the 20th Century.

Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot killed millions of people in the name of atheism.

Atheism is the cause of the most repressive, murderous regimes in history.

OK, everybody, raise your hands if you had one of the above quotes thrown at you by theists when debating the existence of god, or the relative merits of religion. One, two, three… one hundred twenty two…oh, no use counting. It looks like everyone has at least one hand raised, some have both up. OK, put them down. Continue reading