Out of all the reasons for striking back on the disruptors to his event last night, Donald Trump decided this morning to especially draw attention to the fact that they wove the Mexican flag.
"She’s not doing the job. Hey! Maybe I’ll run for governor of New Mexico."
Just over six months ago, I made one of the biggest decisions of my life: I quit my job with the Secular Student Alliance. I was their second in command after the Executive Director, August Brunsman; I had been involved with the organization as a staffer for over seven years and as a volunteer for over a decade. Show More Summary
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who made news earlier this year for quitting her high-level position with the Democratic National Committee because she couldn't remain neutral and wanted to publicly endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders, will be speaking at the Reason Rally next month.
Creationist Ken Ham is speaking out against the upcoming "Reason Rally" at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., which is being advertised as "the world's largest atheist party," by stating that atheists will be worshiping man in their "anti-God religion."
Ken Ham can't understand why atheists are gathering in Washington, D.C. next month for the Reason Rally. So he went on a long Twitter rant yesterday answering his own question.In short, he thinks atheists are getting together to worship themselves. Because if we're not worshiping God, there must be something to fill that hole in our hearts.
MKM Partners derivatives strategist Jim Strugger takes a look at the SPDR S&P Metals & Mining ETF (XME) Wednesday, writing that it stands out for several reasons. Strugger highlights XME’s 44% year-to-date gain, behind the VanEck Gold...Show More Summary
With stocks the biggest beneficiary of the late January "Shanghai Accord" (that shall not be named), it stands to reason that the US Dollar was the biggest loser. Sure enough, overnight the WSJ writes that the "powerful rallies thatShow More Summary
There's now a full-blown Christian effort to preach to atheists at the Reason Rally on June 4. We knew Ray Comfort was going to be there evangelizing (and handing atheists Subway gift cards), but it appears they're even doing a training on Friday night. Because when you talk to atheists, it requires preparation.Pastor Andrew Rappaport explains the Reason Rally Outreach:
BofAML's Mike Cantopoulos' distaste for corporate fundamentals, displeasure with the efficacy of QE and easy monetary policy on spurring growth and inflation, and concerns that a further deterioration in credit conditions will create...Show More Summary
Gasoline demand distracts from the more important subject that there is no fundamental reason for the current oil-price rally.
Wall Street seems to think so. Shares of the ailing company rallied sharply as soon as the new CEO Joseph Papa assumed office, replacing departing CEO Michael Pearson. I wouldn’t share Wall Street’s enthusiasm, for several reasons. First, Mr. Papa brings to Valeant Pharmaceuticals a mixed record. An early pro-shareholder record, when [...]
We can exclusively report that Maryland State Senator Jamie Raskin, a Democrat fighting for a seat in the U.S. House this November, will be speaking at the Reason Rally.
If you believe the polls, Donald Trump will effectively clinch the Republican nomination in Indiana tonight. Across the country, GOP voters are souring on Cruz and rallying around their front-runner. At this point, there's no reason — at least, no political reason — why Trump hasn't already morphed into the ... More »
Christian evangelist Ray Comfort, he of Banana Nightmare fame, will be at the Reason Rally... though not at the invitation of anyone organizing the event.Comfort will be on the other end of the Mall on June 4, just away from the Lincoln Monument where the Rally is taking place, preaching and generally trying to convert anyone who crosses his path:
Futures are looking weak again. Traders gunned for 2,100 on the S&P 500 last week. They briefly touched that level, but there was no follow through for the obvious reason: no one with a brain believes this rally. We’ve broken above the downward trendline established by a series of lower highs in 2015. Show More Summary
A conversation with Trump supporters on Maryland's Eastern Shore. For plenty of people, Donald Trump's promise to "Make America Great Again," if elected, is enough reason to support his presidential bid. At the Trump rally on Maryland's...Show More Summary
One month ago we presented the simple reason why numerous oil producers did not believe the oil rally: they were aggressively hedging future production at prices - some as low as the mid-$30's - which were considered uneconomical asShow More Summary
The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, is a pitch for viewers to attend the Reason Rally.
The President shares many policy positions with Clinton, but the mood at Sanders rallies surely reminds him of 2008