Prohibition & Humanism

"Pot’s Legal!" declared the Seattle Times in large print on November 7, 2012, while that same day the Denver Post ran the headline: “FIRED UP.” As two states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana,... Read More

An Unholy Alliance Private Prisons and the Christian Right

This article is cross-posted on Friendly Atheist blog. Imagine, if you will, a meeting of the CEOs, board members, and stockholders of all the for-profit prison corporations in the United States. The CEOs unanimously agree... Read More

Experiments of Living

Throughout recorded history, ethical ideas have usually been traced to authorities. Most of the supposed authorities have been religious people, typically men who have claimed, or who have been credited with, a special mode of... Read More

With Liberty & Justice for All

The world urgently needs more liberty and justice, and therefore more humanism. The ethical system of humanism prioritizes these ideals at a higher level than any belief system that precedes it, since it values the... Read More