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Monthly Archive: May 2009

May 20 2009

Fundies rally behind McLeroy, give a big thumbs up to teen pregnancy

Time to get on the horn to your state senators, people. I’ll just link to the relevant TFN piece. You know where to take this from there. In similar Christian War on Education news, the Texas house today voted down a bill that would require medically accurate sex education in the state. Bring on the …

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May 20 2009

More email joy!

Okay gang, you’re going to hate me for subjecting you to drivel this far gone. But I promise…stick with it. The payoff is at the end. Yes, we’re now starting to hear from these kooks. It is not the question of God but the affects that seeing authority externally…God has never been proved to be …

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May 18 2009

More paranoiac raving from that kook Brannon Howse

If fundamentalist nutcases didn’t exist, we’d have to invent them. On second thought, no we wouldn’t. We could actually get on with the worthwhile business of advancing the human race, increasing our store of scientific knowledge about our world, our universe, and ourselves, improving health care, extending life expectancy and raising the quality of life …

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May 16 2009

A Co-Dependent Worldview

There are many misconceptions about co-dependents and co-dependent behavior. Many people still consider co-dependents to be merely “enablers” or people in relationships with addicts. But if we define a co-dependent person in such a way as to require that they be in a relationship with an addict (or with anyone) in order to qualify as …

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May 14 2009

Ratzinger is a self-serving hypocrite and the press is too brow-beaten to tell the truth

In the May 12th Austin American Statesman, there is an article from the Los Angeles Times concerning the Pope’s visit to the Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem. (Unfortunately, I can’t find a link to the story that was printed.) Ordinarily, I try very hard to ignore the ridiculous antics of the Pope and the Vatican. Maybe …

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May 13 2009

Obama disappoints religious right repeatedly

This isn’t new news, but I’m cleaning up loose ends since I promised to post these stories to the blog on the last show. Dobson ‘Disappointed’ Obama Skipped Day of Prayer Ceremony Evangelical author and radio host James Dobson said that he is “disappointed” that for the first time in nearly two decades there was …

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May 12 2009

We get email, yes we do. We get email, how about you?

A sampling of our latest, exactly as written: FOR THE SAKE OF ARGUMENT LETS ASSUME THAT GOD EXISTS ,WHO DO YOU BELIEF CREATED HIM? I WOULD ALSO ASSUME THAT FROM YOUR POINT VIEW THAT MATH IS 100% TRUE. SO LETS ASSUME THAT THEIR IS NO GOD, SO ARE YOU 100% CERTAIN, AND IF YOU ARE …

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May 12 2009

For the conclusion of the Ross/Rana/Shermer debate review

I apologize for not completing my earlier discussion of the debate. For those who don’t listen regularly to The Non-Prophets, I just wanted to mention that we had a fairly lengthy discussion there. You can hear the end by listening to this episode. If you have listened to the episode, feel free to post a …

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May 12 2009

New show videos uploaded.

Breaking news from Don Baker: I now have the last three videos up on Blip.tv and linked from our archive page. I don’t think this will be the end of the story as far as our video hosting, but it’s usable for now. Our fans can watch and download videos like before. Blip’s video player …

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May 11 2009

Over two years later, people still blame us for Kent Hovind

Well well well, what do you know. Yesterday on the show, I brought up this two year old post because Kent Hovind’s devotees still whine about his unjust incarceration. And then at the wee hours of two in the morning, someone else comes along and does precisely that. Since the linked post is more or …

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