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The ChaMan

With our SGU-24 show rapidly approaching, I’ve been busy at work doing show-prep. It has cut in to some of my blogging time, so my next few blog posts will be a shorter than normal. Fortunately, there are little news item out there that deserve recognition without a need to delve too deeply.

For instance, [...]

Sungazing – The Dancing Sun

My childhood summers were spent camping with my family.  My grandparents, parents, aunts. uncles and cousins on my mom’s side of the family all had trailers at a campground by the South Nation River. The best days of my life were spent growing up there. Something that was never apparent to me when I was growing up [...]

Separation Of Church And State?

This past Friday, The Mayor of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, finished participating in a three-day prayer and fasting ceremony which was organized by local religious leaders. Mayor Linda Thompson was quite candid in her remarks:

From Pennlive.com:

In a statement this week, she said: “I am honored and pleased with the diverse participation of our religious leaders [...]

An Email From A Listener

We’ve been getting some tremendous emails lately from listeners who have ‘Escaped to Reality’ from what was once a skeptic-less existence.  Because the vast majority of present-day skeptics have been there before (I know of very few people who grew up as skeptical kids) we can relate to anecdotes such as this.  That The Skeptics’ [...]

The Secular Movement’s Position on Women’s Rights

Previously posted on Skepchick:

I just got back from 10 days in California giving talks to UCLA, the OC Freethought Alliance, the Bay Area Skeptics, and finally American Atheists for their special Rapture RAM (Regional…Area?…Meeting). I’ll start with the news you may have already heard: some guy said some sexist stuff on stage.

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