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John Stossel has an excellent column on The Double Standard About Journalists’ Bias.
Frank Schaeffer wonders if the “New Atheists” are as bad as Christian fundamentalists? The New Atheist movement is being led by several egomaniac intolerant fundamentalists. It’s relevant to ask about who they are, not just what they say or write, [...]
Climate change belief now given same legal status as religion.
Power Line comments that although justice Louis Butler is “too radical for Wisconsin, [he's] perfect for Obama.”
Religion Dispatches has a lengthy negative review of a new book released today, Dying for Heaven: Holy Pleasure and Suicide Bombers – Why the Best Qualities of Religion Are Also its Most Dangerous. You can browse inside Dying for Heaven [...]
Minding the Campus has a new forum titled Is Academic Freedom In Trouble? The essays are a response to a recent talk given at Columbia by University of Chicago president Robert J. Zimmer.
Gay marriage advocates continually try to silence opponents. [Donald] Mendell appeared in a Stand for Marriage Maine TV ad in early October, warning that “gay marriage” would be “pushed on Maine students” if Question 1 doesn’t pass. Mendell’s public stance [...]
According to a report from the Congressional Research Service the United States has largest energy reserves on Earth.
Wired has a lengthy article on the vaccine debate. This isn’t a religious dispute, like the debate over creationism and intelligent design. It’s a challenge to traditional science that crosses party, class, and religious lines. It is partly a reaction [...]