Corporate Power and Today’s Humanist

If there’s one concern that pervades virtually every major political and economic issue facing the United States today, it’s the question of corporate power and influence. The subject erupted in January 2010 with the Supreme... Read More

No Agenda? A Humanist View of Justice Scalia

With the death Saturday of the conservative lion of the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia, we revisit David Niose's analysis of his jurisprudence and Joan Biskupic's 2009 biography, American Original: The Life and Constitution of... Read More

The Post-Theological Umbrella

Surely one of the biggest barriers keeping humanism from being a more prominent force in the United States is its nontheistic character. Two relevant surveys provide compelling proof that Americans just don't feel good about... Read More