Posts by Luis Granados (page 20)
Rules Are for Schmucks: Money Tips from the God Industry – Part 1
Last spring I wrote a piece called How Religion Makes Its Money, touching on a variety of innovative ways in which a God industry... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Why Scalia Is Wrong
Justice Antonin Scalia spoke at a Catholic high school in Metairie, Louisiana, last weekend about one of his favorite subjects: why it is both... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Finally, A Religion I Like!
Maybe all the “Peace on earth, goodwill to men” carols have finally worn me down. Maybe I watched White Christmas and the Radio City... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Should Religion Be Taught in School?
From California to Tennessee to Australia to Massachusetts, the allegedly “neutral” teaching of religion in public schools is causing more and more problems. It’s... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Before Star Wars, Let Us Pray
One of the wonderful features of humanism is that humanists feel free to disagree among ourselves. Since we don’t believe in any divine truth... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Religious Arbitration
The New York Times has been running a series of articles exposing a major shift in American dispute resolution, away from the use of... Read More
Rules Are for Schmucks: Choosing Your Own Prison Guard
I took my nephew to the zoo once when he was three years old. We had a fine time. As we were leaving, he... Read More