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Category Archive: patriotism

Feb 14 2010

Just says it all, don’t it…

(…sigh) Laughing on the outside, crying on the inside. It should be noted that this level of illiterate paste-eating chowderheadedness is not always indicated in home schooling situations. In fact, you’ll hear from a number of progressive, atheist parents on the TFN blog who have chosen, wisely, to homeschool because Texas is doing is damnedest …

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Jan 20 2009

Today makes me go wOOt

Hey gang. Did you hear? George W. Bush is not the president any more! He’s gone! Out! Everybody exhale. That frackin’ miserable useless failure has joined the expanding ranks of our nation’s many unemployed! We have a new guy. I like him. I have high, but realistic hopes for him. I do think there has …

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Feb 22 2008

One Nation Under God

“It is doubtful that children reciting the Pledge of Allegiance feel oppressed or brainwashed as a consequence of muttering the phrase ‘under God.’ I didn’t.” –Barak Obama, “Call to Renewal” Keynote Address, June 28, 2006. This quote was featured this morning on another atheist blog I frequent, Austin Cline’s atheism.about.com section. Austin makes some good …

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Aug 18 2007

Honoring an atheist in a foxhole

One of religionists’ most egregious lies is that there are no atheists in foxholes. Tell this to the multitudes of unbelievers who are proud veterans of our armed forces. One of these, I learned today, passed away on August 9 at the ripe old age of 90. Hans Kasten was a genuine American hero, enduring …

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