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Monthly Archive: May 2012

May 12 2012

Ice, Ice Baby on the Ukulele — Dressed as a Stegosaurus

Because.

May 08 2012

SCA: Really? Seriously? What are you doing?

The communications director at the SCA has just posted a blog post about the importance of bipartisanship.  In which she somehow fails to mention Edwina Rogers once AND uses stats that prove exactly how wrong she is.  This is a nightmare. I think that it is more reasonable to say that the secular movement needs …

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May 07 2012

What I would like to hear from Edwina Rogers

Yes, I’ve written an imaginary PR e-mail from Edwina Rogers, the controversial new Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America, based on conjectures and false hopes and a little bit of AbFab.  It seemed the thing to do. “I want to start off with an apology for something I feel like I, and the …

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May 02 2012

My Unite Against the War on Women Coverage

I am everywhere today, it seems. I am quoted in the front page story of our local independent paper, the Free Times. The couple watches as women’s advocate Ashley F. Miller, a doctoral candidate in mass communications at the University of South Carolina, stands at a podium on the State House steps and declares, “This …

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