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Call the HNN comment line (206-339-4168) to share your secular holiday traditions. Select voice recordings will be included in the next audio HNN. MORE: [read...]
Still looking for the perfect gift for your freethinking friend, family member or significant other? Here are some ideas. MORE: [read...]
An atheist group has actually declared "war on Christmas." MORE: [read...]
Tim Gordinier, IHS public policy director, takes a look at Bill O'Reilly's "war on Christmas" hype. MORE: [read...]
Rationally Speaking blogger Massimo Pigliucci muses on Changing Minds, a book by Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner that deals with the human willingness (or unwillingness) to change our minds. MORE: [read...]
December 12 is International Human Rights Day. And along with many other noble statements in support of human rights, Sexual Intelligence publisher Marty Klein wants to hear a few statements in support of sexual rights. MORE: [read...]
Canadian columnist Doug Thomas examines the Catholic Church's celibacy rules. MORE: [read...]
David A. Niose reviews A Matter of Opinion, by Victor S. Navasky of The Nation. MORE: [read...]
Carolyn Braunius reviews Walk the Line, a film about Johnny Cash. MORE: [read...]
A freethinking divorcee in the Bible Belt, who prefers that beliefs about religion be kept personal, needs help avoiding nosy folks who think church is the place to meet a special someone. MORE: [read...]
We have tons on letters on O'Reilly, the recent audio HNN, God would be an atheist, student displays of religion and much MORE: [read...] assortment of cartoons and comic strips about humanism, atheism, religion, science and freethought. READ THEM: [read...]
Want to hear another Internet creation myth? GET THE JOKE: [read...]
Should the U.S. government continue to recognize Christmas as a federal holiday? CAST YOUR VOTE: [read...]
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