I caught the first part of Hillary Clinton's interview with Judy Woodruff on the PBS NewsHour this week, following the release of her new book. With one glaring exception, I thought she came across reasonably well. I even found myself...Show More Summary
This isn’t just a win for Tunisian women; it’s a victory for people across the region.
The Illinois law against flag desecration, while unenforceable, still remains on the books.
Former tennis star (and current bigot) Margaret Court says if marriage equality is legalized in Australia, Easter and Christmas will be canceled.
Sally Quinn's spiritual journey involves throwing a lot of atheists under the bus.
This Bible has the distinct advantage of being just as accurate as the original.It's MORE accurate, really, since Lord Rihanna actually exists.
Wheaton College punished the accused students by making them write eight-page essays about their bad behavior.
If there is one thing the mainstream news media in the U.S. seems to agree on, regardless of whether we're talking about those platforms that lean to the left or to the right, it would have to be that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is crazy. Show More Summary
Should she continue the religious charade just to keep the peace at home?
By Pianopianissimo, Link Since 2009, readers wanting to leave comments on posts at Atheist Revolution have been required to have an IntenseDebate or Wordpress.com account. This change was implemented primarily to reduce comment spam....Show More Summary
Atheists help out of the goodness of our hearts.We don't all feel the need to broadcast our lack of religion in the process.
Evolution will be eliminated from high school textbooks next year as a more religious regime takes control of what kids learn.
No matter the number, the trend is very clearly moving away from religion.
We've seen what happens when evangelical Christians get access to power.Their God just makes everything worse.
If only more people had commanded the hurricane to get the hell out of Florida, everything would've been okay.
This action dishonors the memory of any accident victims who are not Christian.
As much as we might depend on the courts to enforce our rights, those courts are staffed by human beings, and they can get it badly wrong just like anyone else.
Ken Ham blamed hurricanes on sin... but he denies ever linking hurricanes to homosexuality.That can only mean one thing.
Citing the "ick factor" says more about these two activists than the kids they're maligning to advance their bigoted Christian agenda.
Who's more Christlike? The 64-year-old Navy vet who wants to help the needy, or the pastor who thought she'd make his church look bad?