Thursday, July 2, 2009

Your Site on the Web for Hokum

John Edwards (the bullshit psychic, not the bullshit politician) has started a psychic web site called Infinite Quest!

Since it is psychic, I'm sure the site already knows how much I loathe it.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Who's a Clown?

Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) called the newly-certified senator from Minnesota, Al Franken, a "clown" on Wednesday...

What does that make the Republican "god" Ronald Reagan then? An ape boy?

Reagan was just a pathetic B-movie actor who had to work with apes to earn a living.

Monday, June 29, 2009

How Many of These Gods Do You Believe In?

The Common Sense Atheism blog recently posted a fantastic entry titled Gods You Don't Believe In.

The posting lists a handy comparison chart of the gods christians deny and the gods atheists deny. And the conclusion is that we’re not so different, after all!

Check out Gods You Don't Believe In and see if you don't agree.

More Needless Spending Encourage by Christian Republican

Before the August recess, a resolution will be voted on by the House of Representatives that will require the Architect of the Capitol to engrave the words "In God We Trust" and the post-1954 Pledge of Allegiance onto the walls of the Capitol Visitor Center (CVC). References to religion and faith are already included in several of the permanent exhibits, and the words "In God We Trust" are even present in one such exhibit. But that's not enough for Rep. Dan Lungren (R-CA) who is pushing for a larger, bolder display. Let your Representative know that you oppose his efforts.

Click here to take action now.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that this additional engraving could cost tens of thousands of dollars. Tell your Representative that it is inappropriate for taxpayer money to be spent promoting a distorted image of America that undermines The First Amendment, and alienates the millions of nontheistic Americans who neither "trust in God" nor pledge "under God." This legislation will most likely pass the House with a large majority vote; however, members of Congress must be educated about why appeasing the Religious Right is offensive to millions of Americans who value our nation's secular heritage.