Atheist Activism

A meeting room for those interested in preserving the freedom and liberty inherent in a secular society.

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Comment by Brad on February 17, 2009 at 11:13pm
The link below made my skin crawl, you might want to get a bucket. Watching this made me vomit, just a bit, in my mouth. Kirk Camron(sp?) should be wearing a helmet, it seems that he's hit his head a few too many times!!!
Comment by A Former Member on February 6, 2009 at 11:27am
lstpuzzlepc, that link to the is hilarious. Thanks for the laugh. I have to go now and talk to my inner demon. looks useful if needing statistics. Thanks.
Comment by Brad on February 5, 2009 at 8:47pm
Her's a site, if you want to know more about the religions we love to hate, and the people that follow them.

"keep your friends close and your foes closer." Don't know who coined that, but it is true. Your average Joe/Jane x-tain isn't neccesarily a foe, though the religion itself and the "deisel" that runs them... now those are fe-fie-foes!!

Happy reading!
Comment by Brad on February 5, 2009 at 8:13pm
Her's a decent rational rant by a fellow atheist, enjoy!

sorry, as far as I could see it only had opptions for email-ing it, and didn't know of anyother way to share it with you. I'm not the brightest bulb of choice when it comes to the computer....
Comment by Brad on February 2, 2009 at 12:26am
A very interesting bit of rubish, and a tad scary, I find that there are somany fronts to be debated, aside from seperation of church and state, there are...... just so many other "serious" issues that are just as important, at this point in time, maybe more important?, though over the years these other issues have been hexed with the air of tabboo, and have a conspiratory frequency to them so as not to ponder them seriously.

good night
Comment by Brad on February 1, 2009 at 11:33pm
Hello everyone... First time caller...

This is an old text from what looks like a born again x-tain,

I have just under a million questions stoming around in my head, as soon as I catch one of them and iron it out I'll ask it, (them).

Comment by A Former Member on January 30, 2009 at 12:58pm
Protect Church-State Separation in the Stimulus Package!
Urge the Senate to keep funding for the Compassion Capital Fund out

The House recently passed its version of the economic stimulus package, which would provide funding for many services designed to relieve Americans from the burdens of our current economic crisis. Throughout this process, the staff of Americans United has engaged our many allies in Congress to ensure that this bill, which provides $819 billion dollars of funding, does not disrupt the important separation of church and state or diminish important religious liberty or civil rights protections that we hold dear.

We applaud the drafters of the House bill for their wise prohibition on the funding of private or religious schools. This is consistent with the Constitution and an important safeguard to place on the expenditure of our tax dollars. We are disappointed, however, that the House economic recovery package contains funding for the Compassion Capital Fund. The Compassion Capital Fund has a myriad of Constitutional problems. The Fund lacks oversight, sends money directly to Houses of Worship, and allows recipients to hire employees based solely upon their religion for government-funded jobs. Clearly, more taxpayer dollars should not be expended on this program.

Fortunately, the Senate version of the bill does not contain unwise funding for the Compassion Capital Fund - and we need it to stay that way! Please thank your Senators for eliminating this funding stream and urge them to use our tax dollars wisely in this important time. As we all know, now is not the time to continue unwise and unconstitutional practices of the Bush Administration. Please enter your information below to urge your Senator to maintain the ban on funding religious schools and the elimination of funding for the Compassion Capital Fund. With your help, we can ensure that the separation of church and state is unharmed in the first major act of the 111th Congress.
Comment by Bradley Smith on July 23, 2008 at 2:03pm
I guess this group would encompass a libertarian worldview. More than anything I was thinking it could serve as a forum to discuss some of the more pressing issues about religion and society and encourage local activism
Comment by Parallax on July 21, 2008 at 10:34pm
Hey. I was thinking of starting a libertarian atheist group, is this kinda like that so that I don't need to do that?

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