Here we are again on another Friday the 13th—the day where the overly superstitious hunker down in their homes and the moderately apprehensive leerily navigate their way through the daily routine. It’s no secret that... Read More
The Cartoon History of Humanism, Episode 49 Prime Time Godlessness: Madalyn Murray O'Hair and the Rise of American Atheists
View all episodes in the Cartoon History of Humanism series. Prime Time Godlessness: Madalyn Murray O'Hair and the Rise of American Atheists We atheists have a fascinating habit of eating our elders. We huddle behind... Read More
It's become a stock refrain of intellectual history to say that George Orwell answered all three of the big questions of the twentieth century correctly: that the master-slave relationship of colonialism degraded both master and... Read More
Humanists may not share in the religious aspect of most of the winter holidays, but we certainly enjoy many of the delicious foods and snacks associated with them. Below are just some of the American... Read More
It’s all your favorites from Jesus and Mo, The Atheist Pig, and Raging Pencils!
When Burning Man, the radical arts festival and temporary city erected in the Nevada desert each year, announced that the theme for 2017’s event was “Radical Ritual”—derived from religious symbologies worldwide—many regular attendees viewed this... Read More
ONE OF THE MOST SAVAGE reviews ever written was published in 1818 in response to a collection of verse by a somewhat unknown poet. The critic, John Wilson Croker, declared, “the author is a copyist... Read More