It may not surprise you to learn that in a ranking of the most sinful city in the United States, Las Vegas, Nevada, came in first. Wallethub.com, the website that compiled the list, considered factors... Read More
Yes, We Did a Year-End List See, humanists really are like everyone else!
As is tradition at so many publications and news outlets, we throw our humanist hat in the ring with a list of our favorite headlines and tweets of 2017. Yes, there are some from and... Read More
At the risk of putting a damper on your secular holiday cheer, you should know that your tax dollars are paying for private religious schools. In fact, providing the opportunity for parents to use government... Read More
This week former Alabama judge Roy Moore lost in a surprising upset to former US Attorney Doug Jones in the race to fill the vacant Senate seat left by now Attorney General Jeff Sessions. And... Read More
Last week Senator Al Franken (D-MN) announced that he would leave the Senate following accusations from several women of sexual harassment and nonconsensual sexual contact. While Franken wasn’t exactly apologetic or even understanding about the... Read More
The holidays are a wonderful time to celebrate relationships with loved ones. Most of us want to share warm feelings with others, and Christmas gives us a good excuse to do it. The myth of... Read More
President Trump’s provocative decision to authorize the transfer of the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which he communicated in an importantly nuanced speech on December 6, appears calculated to appease the... Read More