Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 30 2011

Oh, Is It Blasphemy Day?

A command performance.

Sep 30 2011

Tongue-Clucking Grammarian

Really, I try not to judge, but sometimes it’s so hard.

Sep 30 2011

Slutwalk Minneapolis Tomorrow

My Marxist Feminist Dialectic Brings All the Boys to the Yard

Tomorrow promises to be a lovely day for a walk by the river, even though that isn’t the point. Register now, donate if you can, and show up at 2 p.m. near downtown. If you’re marching and see us, say, “Hi.” We’ll be the couple in the camouflage kilt and this shirt: Yes, I’m a …

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Sep 29 2011

The Point of Exorcism

So let’s just admit the truth out loud, now and whenever one of these cases comes up. You don’t commit an exorcism unless your intent is to kill.

Sep 29 2011

File Under: More Liars for Jesus

Maybe you heard about that kid in Texas and had some concern about balancing human decency and freedom of speech (which is already abridged in schools). Maybe you felt some sympathy for a teacher who went too far. Me? I said, “Really?” and turned to Google.

Sep 28 2011

A Good Reason to Be Left Behind

How to guarantee yourself a little rapture, one way or another.

Sep 28 2011

The Dawning of the Age of Female Leadership

Relevant to My Interests

Throwing (star)light on the problem of women’s representation in the atheist movement.

Sep 27 2011

Those Damned Lesbian Terrorists

Our airlines and airport police: Making the skies safe for prejudice since 2001.

Sep 27 2011

Bachmann Aided by Pastor…Again

What does Mac Hammond’s decision to work for Michele Bachmann say–aside from “Time for a new IRS complaint!”?

Sep 26 2011

Skepticism Serving Broader Audiences

Delivering on that promise to reach out to nontraditional audiences with science and skepticism. While some people argue about it, others are already doing it.

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