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Larry Darby has resigned as president of the Atheist Law Center, the small but controversial activist group he founded in Montgomery, Ala. MORE: [read...]
On Veterans Day, a small group of atheist veterans assembled on the national mall to march and rally. But some say the attendance and the media coverage for the event were dismal. MORE: [read...]
New York News Connection interviewed IHS Executive Director Matt Cherry and occasional HNN contributor Warren Allen Smith about the Atheist in Foxholes event. MORE: [read...]
Dr. Tim Gordinier, public policy director of the Institute for Humanist Studies, asks: "Closing public schools to "observe" a religious holiday would seem, on first impression, to violate the principle of separation of church and state. Wouldn't any reasonable person see that as government endorsement of a particular religious viewpoint?" MORE: [read...]
Canadian columnist Doug Thomas reports: "A New Democratic Party MP, Joe Comartin, has put a motion on the table to have his party start a 'faith-based' caucus within that federal party." MORE: [read...]
HNN film critic Carolyn Braunius writes: "Pride & Prejudice is a fresh look at an old favorite." MORE: [read...]
A college student feels overun by proselytizing Christian students. CHECK OUT SWEET REASON'S ADVICE: [read...]
Letters about Atheists in Foxholes, abstinence until 'later', and atheist clubs in public schools. MORE: [read...] assortment of cartoons and comic strips about humanism, atheism, religion, science and freethought. READ THEM: [read...]
A future humanist grows restless in church. GET THE JOKE: [read...]
We have last week's poll results on how many HNN readers claim to be veterans. But we're taking a break from the poll this week. MORE: [read...]
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