Humanism’s Wide Net

GUEST COLUMN By WILLIAM WHITE For HumanistNetworkNews.org   Sept. 2, 2009 When times are tough, spirituality and things spiritual catch our attention as we thrash about for answers. Sadly, we live in times when misinformation... Read More

Who’s the Unlikely Hero?

COLUMN By DOUG THOMASFor HumanistNetworkNews.org Sept. 2, 2009 A Canadian politician recently characterized Donald Marshall as "an unlikely hero." Marshall, an Aboriginal Canadian who was wrongly convicted of murder and subsequently set free after years... Read More

Why Secular Activism?

GUEST COLUMN By DAVID NIOSEFor HumanistNetworkNews.org Aug. 19, 2009 I'm often asked why I decided to get involved with humanist activism. Having reached a point in my career where various options were open - local... Read More

Humanism on the Move

STAFF REPORTSFor HumanistNetworkNews.org Aug. 19, 2009 Camp Quest Texas will kick-off with the first camp in the state on Sunday, Aug. 30,  in Princeton. The camp, which was created for atheist, agnostic, and other non-religious... Read More

Infosnacking with The Friendly Atheist

A weekly commentary by Hemant Mehta, adapted from his blog "The Friendly Atheist." For HumanistNetworkNews.org Aug. 19, 2009 Muslim state legislator puts democratic principles before Islam A Muslim politician was elected to the state legislature... Read More

Cathartic Comics

..an assortment of cartoons and comic strips about humanism, atheism, religion, science and freethought.For HumanistNetworkNews.orgAug. 19, 2009Freethunk!Comics and humor for freethinkers and potential freethinkers.You're not crazy, they are!   COPYRIGHT JEFF SWENSON  The Boiling Pointaka Mikhaela's Political Cartoons  COPYRIGHT... Read More