A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
The unsurprisingly small organization called Republican Atheists has crafted a Facebook post about LGBTQ Pride Month that has its own members scratching their heads.
Young Skeptics, the after-school program focused on critical thinking and evidence-based learning, is seeking new leadership in an effort to reinvigorate the organization’s mission, focus, and ultimately its expansion into more schools.
I’ve never eaten at a Panda Express, and after this, I’m sure I never will.
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The church/state watchdog group has warned an Indiana school that assisting the Good News Club will not be tolerated.
I’m glad you asked. Activism is not just reserved for marches on Washington. Activism is something we can and should all participate in, in any way we can. This one is easy. You can do it right now.
In this week’s episode, I discuss whether or not it’s ok to punch a Nazi, and Jim Helton of Tri-State Freethinkers joins me for the Activist Spotlight. We discuss the Women’s March in DC which he attended, and all of the great work his group is doing.
It’s important that things like this don’t go unresponded to. It’s important that people know we’re there, and that the Good News Club isn’t operating without oversight.
Today, Donald Trump’s legions of dedicated followers, aptly labeled ‘deplorables,’ have an overwhelming sense of vindication and validation.