Sunday, May 31, 2015

Biblical "Truths" or Anti-Human Hate Speech

Fox News: Christianity under attack

David Silverman, President American Atheists, Inc.

Hannity, Fox News, 5-27-2015

Atheists Watch a Creepy Christian Kids Show

This week Hugo and Jake watch....I don't even know how to explain it...

Original video: Kids Praise 5

Penn Jillette Clashes with CNN Guest over Indiana You’re Not Being Forced to Have Gay Sex

Saturday, May 30, 2015

God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales (Unabridged) Full Audiobook

Here is Penn Jillette's book God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales (Unabridged) full audiobook.

Friday, May 29, 2015

The Truth About Viral Charlie Charlie Challenge

"You - or your wayward demonic teens - might have summoned up a malignant Mexican spirit with a couple of pencils. But, thankfully, all is probably well — here's what's really going on in the Charlie Charlie Challenge.

What’s the Charlie Charlie Challenge and where did it come from?

The Charlie Charlie Challenge — or variants of it, known as the pencil game or Charlie pencil — has been around for some time. It’s claimed that the game is an old Mexican tradition, but there’s no trace of that on the internet, but it seems to have been around for years before it took off this week.

To play the game, grab a sheet of paper and draw two lines on it to make a cross. Put a “yes” in the top right and bottom left hand corner, and a “no” in the remaining two.”

Cenk Uygur ( and Ana Kasparian ( discuss on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

*Read more here Charlie Charlie Challenge explained: not a Mexican demon being summoned — it's gravity

Does Finding a Fossil Change the Mind of a Creationist?

Edgar Nernberg found fish fossils at a construction site that date back 60 million years old. However, Nernberg is a creationist and believes the world is only 6000 years old. Does this change his mind? Ben Mankiewicz (What The Flick?), Karomo Brown, and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

"An Alberta man who discovered a school of rare fossilized fish while digging up a Calgary basement believes the world was created by God a few thousand years ago.

It's for that reason Edgar Nernberg doesn't think the fossils could possibly be as old as paleontologists are estimating.

"I subscribe to the creationist position, and I believe they were laid down in Noah's flood, about 4,500 years ago. But we agree to disagree."

He's referring to Darla Zelenitsky, the University of Calgary paleontologist who was brought in to examine the five ancient fish.

She says they likely swam in waters about 60 million years ago, which is the age of the Paskapoo Formation, a sheet of rock that lies under the city."

Read more here: Alberta creationist discovers rare fish fossils in basement dig

Philip Pullman on 'The Cuckoo's Nest'

In this talk from the World Humanist Congress in 2014, entitled ‘The Cuckoo’s Nest,’ humanist novelist Philip Pullman, author of the His Dark Materials trilogy among other works, discusses imagination and the responsibility of the writer in the context of a weekend of ongoing discussions into freedom of thought and expression.

World Humanist Congress: Plenary Four - Philip Pullman on 'The Cuckoo's Nest'

The Contract: A Chick Tract

Hugo and Jake read about a deal with the Devil that isn't really bad at all. Actually, it's kind of awesome.

That Story Sounds Familiar...

I want to tell you about a myth.

It involves some Gods.

Who create a man.

Who lives in the wild.

Who's naked.

A woman tempts him. He falls for it.

Bad things happen, but he gains knowledge.

Later, the Gods decide to create a worldwide flood to drown everybody. Because they're all sinful.

But they decide to save one man who's righteous.

They order him to build an ark. He could bring on board some humans and a sampling of animals.

The flood comes and submerges everything.

All the other people are killed off.

The Ark lands on a mountain in the Middle East.

You get the idea.

All of that, by the way, is from the Epic of Gilgamesh, written in approximately 2100 BC.

Some people say it influenced the Hebrew Bible.

Some say the Bible influenced Gilgamesh... which makes no sense.

And others say they were both telling stories from a common source before their time.

Either way, the point is that these stories have been around for a long time.

Adam & Eve and Noah's Flood? They're not real. And they sure as hell aren't original.

So if Moses wrote the Book of Genesis, then he was just plagiarizing from cultures that were around long before him.

That applies to pretty much all the Bible stories -- virgin births, performing miracles, a human son of God, resurrecting from the dead -- you can find these stories being told long before Jesus came onto the scene.

The only surprising thing is that people still say the Bible is literally true. Even Christians who dismiss Creationists think the Jesus story is legit. It's not.

But, you know, it's not like pastors ever tell those other stories during church.

Or they just blame Satan for trying to confuse us, I guess.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Opie & Anthony: Creationism

The boys discuss Creationism and Evangelicals and take some calls.

Sharia Law Comes to Walmart, according to Allen West

"Fox News contributor Allen West went to Walmart and thought he was the victim of "Sharia law" because a checkout clerk under the age of 21 couldn't sell him alcohol.

West, a former congressman and head of the think tank National Center for Policy Analysis, wrote a May 11 post originally headlined, "Sharia law comes to Walmart?" He recounted a weekend trip to Walmart, where a "Muslim employee" manning the cash register was unable to sell him alcohol. (West knew he was Muslim because, "being the inquisitive fella I am, I used my additional set of eyes -- glasses -- to see the young checkout man's name. Let me just say it was NOT 'Steve.'")"*

Read more from here: Allen West Thought He Was The Victim Of "Sharia Law" At Walmart (He Wasn't)

Cenk Uygur ( host of The Young Turks discusses this story

Faith healer is suing a youtuber

A faith healer is suing a youtuber (ThinkingStephtically)for calling him out on his nonsense.

Faith Healer Adam Miller Sues Over Critical YouTube Video, Guaranteeing It Tons Of Attention: Faith Healer Adam Miller Sues Over Critical YouTube Video, Guaranteeing It Tons Of Attention

Atheist trans blogger exposes “snake-oil salesman” faith healer and gets slammed with lawsuit: Atheist trans blogger exposes “snake-oil salesman” faith healer and gets slammed with lawsuit

Adam Miller: Con Artist

Adam Miller is a faith healer who claims he gained healing powers from a Near Death Experience (NDE) in 1977. Adam Millers powers, he claims, allow him to call upon “[t]he Great and Holy Beings, such as Mother Mary, Jesus, Buddha, Quan Yin, Saint Germain, Archangel Michael and many others” to perform healing magic on his “patients”.
Adam Miller claims a 95% success rate on his website.

Adam Miller offers no data to support this number and only offers anecdotes that charlatans like Adam refer to as “Testimonials”.

Washington Post:

MedCity News:

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Opie & Anthony (and Jim) - Penn Jillette on Atheism

November 14th, 2012 - Tried to make the video short but I believed EVERY second was crucial.

Penn Jillette's brilliant!

Atheist Debates - Can Science Disprove God(s)?

An e-mail from a new debater prompts me to address this question, why it's probably not a good idea to defend the affirmative and what I think you ought to do if you find yourself in that position.

From the Atheist Debates Patreon project (

Kylie Jenner Thought Of As The Next Buddha Of Chemtrails

"If Kim Kardashian is Mother Gaia and Khloé Kardashian is your kooky aunt, then Kylie Jenner is your weird cousin who won't stop asking if jet fuel can melt steel beams on Facebook.

During a marathon session of tweeting with fans and followers Monday night, Kylie took a break to make us think.

The (poorly spelled) image she posted asks questions common amongst those familiar with the chemtrails movement, a group of people who believe either the government or the Illuminati (depending who you ask) is spreading chemicals used to brainwash the population using the contrails formed by airplanes.”

Cenk Uygur ( and Ana Kasparian ( discuss on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Bill Bailey on Death Metal

About 6 minuts in Bill Bailey playes "I am gonna kill you, so I can ignore you in Heaven." on the Bible.

Bill Bailey on Death Metal

Christian Bakers Blame Satan for Crowdfunding Campaign Being Shut Down

"GoFundMe shut down a fundraiser created by anti-gay Christian bakers in Oregon after they raised approximately $110,000 to pay for a court ordered fine, the Gaily Grind reports.

Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, were fined $135,000 on Friday by an Oregon court because they refused to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple who planned on tying the knot.” *

Ana Kasparian and Karamo Brown break it down on The Young Turks.

The Young Turks, May 2015

Rush Limbaugh Blames Gay Marriage for Decline of Religion

Radio host Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday explained that Christianity was facing a sharp decline in the United States because Americans were leaving churches that had not “fallen prey to the dark side” and embraced same-sex marriage.

A recent Pew Research Center survey showed that the number of Americans identifying as Christians had dropped by 8 points in the last seven years. At the same time, Americans who were not affiliated with a religion rose from 16 percent to 23 percent.

On his Tuesday radio show, Limbaugh explained that the drop in self-identifying Christians could be explained by “homosexual marriage.”

Limbaugh noted that many churches already performed same-sex weddings and ordained gay clergy.

“And in some cases female and lesbian ministers, which you might think in some cases could cause people to leave those churches,” he opined. “Those denominations — the Methodists, the Presbyterians, the Lutherans — dropped a lot of members.”

Rush Limbaugh has a unique reason why he thinks the country is headed down the drain because religion is on the decline.

The Young Turks, May 2015

Monday, May 25, 2015

Man Claims Pot Arrest Violates his Freedom of Religion

"An Indiana Rastafarian says his conviction on marijuana charges violates his religious freedom.

Jerome Scott was sentenced to 18 months probation for a conviction on felony distribution charges after police found about 150 marijuana plants while investigating a robbery at his home, reported the South Bend Tribune.

The 30-year-old Scott was shot May 19, 2014, when two intruders broke into his apartment and stole $1,700 from him and his girlfriend, 23-year-old Melanie Schmidt."

Cenk Uygur ( & Kyle Kulinski of the Young Turks break it down.

May 2015

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Donna Gets a Guru- Biblical Conversations

Donna gets into alternative healing, and God questions his sanity.

Yoga Miracle For Christian Man So His Church Does The Unthinkable

"If yoga helps a Christian man to walk for the first time in thirty-three years, does his newfound strength come from God or the Devil? That is the question tearing apart an Evangelical church in Las Vegas.

In the New Testament gospel of Mark, Jesus tells a paralytic man to take up his bed and walk, and he does. In the Acts of the Apostles, Peter calls on the name of Jesus and does the same for a man who has been lame since birth:

Peter said, “I have no silver or gold, but what I have I give you; in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, stand up and walk.” And he took him by the right hand and raised him up; and immediately his feet and ankles were made strong. Jumping up, he stood and began to walk, and he entered the temple with them, walking and leaping and praising God. (Acts 3:6-8NRSV)

So, when John Taylor prayed earnestly that a similar miracle might befall his fellow church member, Mike Persi, he prayed in faith, believing, and then waited. Mike had been wheelchair bound for over three decades, ever since an accident at age 27 left him unable to walk or to speak without stuttering."

Cenk Uygur ( & Kyle Kulinski of the Young Turks break it down.

May 2015

Penn Jillette's Take on Faith Featured on Fox Business

Author and magician Penn Jillette on his new book, "Everyday is an Atheist Holiday".

Nov. 13th, 2012

Saturday, May 23, 2015

12 Reasons We Know Astrology Doesn't Work

If you're filling out an online dating profile and it asks you for your zodiac sign -- are you a Pisces or a Capricorn? -- leave it blank. Because anyone who cares what sign you are is probably not someone you'd want to date in the first place.

How do we know your horoscopes are all made up? I'll give you a bunch of answers.

"What is Our Purpose Without Religion?"Ask Hugo#17

Hugo is back yet again to answer more questions!

Friday, May 22, 2015

Atheist Bible Study #76: Cutting Babies in Half

Hugo and Jake read about the first days of Solomon. How is he as king? Awful, just awful.

Video: Atheist Bible Study #76: Cutting Babies in Half

Grindr Profile Exposes Anti-Gay Pastor

"Until 2 p.m. on Monday, the ‘Our Church Staff’ section of St. John’s Lutheran Church and School’s website described Reverend Matthew Makela as an associate pastor who enjoys, “family, music, home improvement, gardening and landscaping, and sports.”

Screenshots obtained by Queerty from a source who asked that his name be withheld shed light on some of the Reverend’s other favorite past times — namely nude make out sessions and sex with other men.

Of course, how someone behaves between the sheets is really nobody’s business but his own, except when he’s actively doing damage to others. We’ve seen it time and time again. The lawmaker who spends his days fighting against gay rights and his nights cruising for bottoms, or the ex-gay activist who isn’t quite as ex-gay as he’d like everyone to believe.” *

Becca Frucht (,
Karamo Brown ( and Ana Kasparian ( discuss on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Brian Cox - Making Britain the best place in the world to do science

Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture by Professor Brian Cox OBE

Filmed at The Royal Society, London on Tue 19 Feb 2013 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Brief Lies: Equivocation

The Atheist Experience #916 for May 3, 2015, with Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Brief Lies: Equivocation.

Don Baker talks about equivocation as a subtle means of lying.

Atheist Experience #916: Brief Lies: Equivocation

9 Things You Should Know About Jehovah's Witnesses

A lot of people I know think of Jehovah's Witnesses as the people who sometimes knock on your door to talk to you about God.

That's all they know about the Jehovah's Witnesses. So let's fix that right now.

1) They don't accept blood transfusions.

Imagine you're in a car accident and you're taken to the hospital. They need to give you blood. Devout Witnesses won't accept it.

2) If you commit what the church views as a serious sin, and you're deemed unrepentant by a committee of elders, you will be disfellowshipped.

Not just kicked out of the church... but disfellowshipped. Which means no one in the church can ever speak with you again.

3) They believe the world's ending soon and only they will be saved.

4) They don't celebrate birthdays.

Why? For one, they believe your death day is way more important than your birthday, so who cares.

5) They don't celebrate other Holidays.

6) They are currently governed by seven dudes.

The Governing Body formulates doctrine for all Witnesses everywhere.

Women aren't allowed.

They don't have any special qualifications despite being able to set policy for millions of followers.

And they're appointed for life.

7) Jehovah's Witnesses are discouraged from getting higher education

Preaching is supposed to be your true calling. College would just get in the way of that. So while you might get away with learning a trade, Church Elders actively discourage you from going to a university.

They don't want you to be part of a secular world and they know how tempting it can be when you're surrounded by people who don't feel like God's watching over them at all times.

More importantly, a lot of people who go to college are taught to think critically and examine their beliefs. They take science classes and philosophy classes. And some of them eventually shed their faith.

That's a risk the Church doesn't want people to take.

8) They were the original Pledge protesters.

I feel like I should say something nice about the Witnesses.

The first major legal battle involving the Pledge of Allegiance involved a Witness family in the 1930s.

A little boy said he didn't want to salute the flag because his religion taught him not to bow down or pledge allegiance to anything except God.

He was expelled from school and the courts said that was the right decision.

Years later, kids from a Witness family from Pennsylvania also refused to salute the flag, and their case made it all the way to the Supreme Court. The justices voted 8-1... against the family.

It was a horrible decision, it was reversed with another case a few years later, but they deserve some credit for protesting mandatory participation in the Pledge. Today, it's usually atheists who make the news for protesting the Pledge, but that wasn't always the case.

They did it. It wasn't easy. They got harassed for it at the time but they stood strong on this issue. So good on them.

9) There are so many resources for ex-JWs or people looking to get out.

Did you know there's a subreddit just for ex-JWs? It's awesome.

There are also several websites exposing the church's beliefs.


Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Religious Terrorist Plotted To Kill Entire American Town & He's Already Out Of Jail

"An ex-Congressional candidate from Tennessee faces up to five years in prison for plotting to burn down an upstate New York mosque and use an assault rifle against anyone who tried to stop him, according to court documents.

Robert Doggart, who made a failed bid for Congress in 2014 as an independent with highly conservative views, pleaded guilty on April 29 to interstate communication of threats, according to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court in Knoxville, Tennessee.

No date has been set for sentencing, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Knoxville said on Tuesday. Doggart was released on $30,000 bail."

Read more here: Tennessee man plotted to attack Muslims, burn down mosque in New York's Islamberg

Cenk Uygur ( & Kyle Kulinski (Secular Talk; of the Young Turks break it down.

Brian Cox on Chatty Man (2013)

Alan Carr Chatty Man 2013 S10x05 1/4 Brian Cox

Alan Carr Chatty Man 2013 S10x05 Featuring Brian Cox, Anna Friel, Paul Gascoigne and Fall Out Boy


Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Actress Leah Remini Opens Up About Leaving Scientology

"For more than 30 years, actress Leah Remini was a devout member of the Church of Scientology, the controversial organization characterized as a religion and created by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. Though some high-profile Scientologists made the decision to join the church during their adulthood, Remini had little choice in the matter, as she tells 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' in the above video.

'My mother was in Scientology my whole life. Most people don't know that we were raised in it -- I didn't decide to get into it,' Remini clarifies. 'I was brought into it by my mom.'
While many outside of Scientology have a basic awareness of some beliefs and practices of its members, Remini says that the true commitment required of Scientologists is far less known.

'I don't think people know the amount of dedication it takes to be in this organization,' she says. 'I mean, it was every day, three-and-a-half hours minimum, seven days a week.'”

John Iadarola (, Jimmy Dore ( and Ana Kasparian ( discuss on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

*Read more here The Heartbreaking Moment That Made Leah Remini Question Her Dedication To Scientology

The Most Offensive Jokes Ever

7 and a half minutes of 23 pure filthy jokes.

Frankie Boyle, 0:23 Tim Minchin, 0:36 Hugh Dennis, 0:49 Sharon Horgan, 1:05 Frankie Boyle, 1:17 Andy Parsons, 1:27 Jimmy Carr, 1:42 Jim Jefferies, 2:02 Frankie Boyle, 3:10 Jim Jefferies, 3:34 Frankie Boyle, 3:52 John Sergeant, 4:01 Jimmy Carr, 4:18 Frankie Boyle, 4:34 Jimmy Carr, 5:28 Frankie Boyle, 5:49 Jimmy Carr, 6:08 Tim Minchin and 6:43 is Frankie Boyle (once again).

48 Hours Mystery - Scientology

48 Hours Mysteries - Scientology (10/28/06) episode about some people's experiences, accounts and tragedy while practicing Scientology.

48 Hours Mystery - Scientology (10/28/2006)

Monday, May 18, 2015

John Oliver: Chickens (HBO)

John Oliver explains how chicken farming can be unfair, punishing, and inhumane. And not just for the chickens!

Visit the official site for all that other stuff at once:

Professor Brian Cox On The Jonathan Ross Show Full Interview (92013)

Professor Brian Cox chats to Jonathan about amongst other things his new BBC TV series "Wonders Of Life" and his book accompanying the series.

Professor Brian Cox On The Jonathan Ross Show Full Interview (9-2-2013)

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Jimmy Carr explains world religions

"Jesus says he loves me, but I worry about the age gap." Jimmy Carr shares his unique views on both Christianity and Islam.

Millennial Bible – King James Franco Edition

A new Pew poll finds that the Christian population in America has dropped by 8% in just the past seven years, mainly because millennials are leaving the fold. Now Christians are scrambling to get young people back on board with a new translation of the Bible called the King James Franco Bible.

Real Time with Bill Maher: Millennial Bible – King James Franco Edition (HBO)

First American City To Protect Atheists From Discrimination

"While conservatives in Indiana and Arkansas were explaining last month why their new religious objections laws weren't invitations to discriminate against gays, the leaders of Wisconsin's capital city were busy protecting the rights of another group: atheists.

In what is believed to be the first statute of its kind in the United States, Madison banned discrimination against the non-religious on April 1, giving them the same protections afforded to people based on their race, sexual orientation and religion, among other reasons.

It's hardly surprising that such a statute would originate in Madison, an island of liberalism in a conservative-leaning state and the home of the Freedom from Religion Foundation. But the ordinance's author, Anita Weier, said it didn't arise from an actual complaint about alleged discrimination based on a lack of religious faith."

Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian (The Point) hosts of The Young Turks discuss whether or not atheists need protection from discrimination.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Trevor Noah - Hip Hop/Rap Music Censorship


Fuck the King

Read Dutch Activist Faces Trial Over Profanity-Laced Tirade Against King

To all the people of the Netherlands #FuckDeKoning (fuck the king). Stand up for freedom

#fuckdekoning (fuck the king)

Jimmy Carr and Brian Cox on the End of the World

Jimmy Carr and Brian Cox discussing the Top 5 ways the world might end, or at least the top 5 things most likely to wipe out mankind.

Brian Cox enters 1:50

Bill Maher: What Happened to Rand Paul?

In his editorial New Rule, Bill Maher criticizes Rand Paul for pandering to the Republican base and addresses the conspiracy theories surrounding the Jade Helm 15 military exercises.

Real Time with Bill Maher: What Happened to Rand Paul? (HBO)

Friday, May 15, 2015

Decline In Religion Frightens Bill O’Reilly

The country is a buzz with new survey data showing that the numbers of Christians have been dropping precipitously over the over the past seven or eight years. What is to blame for this change? Well, the Catholic Bill O’Reilly has a theory.

May 2015


Also watch Americans Are Losing Their Religion. Thursday, May 14, 2015

Christian Persecution? It's Everywhere. Can I Name One Example? No [Hilarious video]

"At the South Carolina Freedom Summit, Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN 7) advocated State Department intervention when asked what role the United States should play in protecting Christians around the world:

One of the things that we should be doing here is being very strong in our stance with religious freedom in our country... Our allies around the globe want to see us stay strong on our rights and not erode those rights... With the human rights violations and religious persecutions around the globe, we need a State Department that is going to step in and say, "This is not acceptable."

Marsha Blackburn thought that Christians are being persecuted in the U.S., but could not give any examples when asked by this reporter."

Read more here: GOP Rep Says Christians Are Persecuted in the US, Can't Give Examples

Cenk Uygur (, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.


Thursday, May 14, 2015

Bart Ehrman on Problem of Suffering - UCB

Institute of International Studies, Regents of the University of California at Berkeley "Conversations with History" host Harry Kreisler welcomed biblical scholar Bart Ehrman on a show titled "Biblical Insights into the Problem of Suffering" April 17th, 2008. The appearance was largely due to Bart's book release at the time, "God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question -- Why We Suffer."

Harry shapes a discussion exploring Bart's intellectual odyssey focused on how the Bible explains the problem of human suffering. The conversation includes a discussion of the challenges of biblical interpretation when confronting this age old problem of the human condition. Included are topics such as the contribution of the prophets, a comparison of the old and new testaments, the book of Job, and the emergence of apocalyptic writers. The best quality of this video here seen was rendered from a VHS copy.

Americans Are Losing Their Religion

With every passing year the share of the population that identifies as Christian inches down ever so slightly and the share of the population that identifies as atheist or agnostic goes up very slightly as well. Now over enough years that change can be quite dramatic.

Cenk Uygur ( and John Iadarola ( break down the story. Are you part of the group who gave up on religion? Tell us why or why not in the comments.

Even though some politicians claim America is a "Christian nation," the share of the population that identifies as Christian has declined significantly in recent years.

New statistics from the Pew Research Center show that between 2007 and 2014, the number of Americans who identify as Christian dropped by nearly eight percentage points, from 78.4 percent to 70.6 percent.

At the same time, Pew’s 2014 U.S. Religious Landscape Study found that the number of people who are religiously unaffiliated -- either atheist, agnostic or simply “nothing in particular” -- has grown by more than six percentage points, from 16.1 percent in 2007 to 22.8 percent in 2014.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Religion stand-up Tim Minchin

Atheist Debates - Supernatural Causation

Many of the claims made by apologists hinge on the ability to confirm the existence of the supernatural and that the supernatural could serve as a cause for various effects. Is there any way to do this? Aren't many theists claiming to be little God-detectors?

From the Atheist Debates Patreon project (

Atheist Experience #909: Viewer calls with Russell and John

The Atheist Experience #909 for March 15, 2015, with Russell Glasser and John Iacoletti. Viewer Calls. Russell and John take callers.


The Atheist Experience is a weekly cable access television show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin.

The Atheist Community of Austin is organized as a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendship, to promote secular viewpoints, to encourage positive atheist culture, to defend the first amendment principle of state-church separation, to oppose discrimination against atheists and to work with other organizations in pursuit of common goals.

We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Charlie Hebdo & Texas Cartoon Contest Differ In a Hugely Important Way

"One day after two jihadist gunman attempted to shoot up a Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland, Texas before they were killed by police, Charlie Rose invited two cartoonists for the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which experienced a deadly attack on its offices earlier this year, to comment on the parallels — or lack thereof — between the two incidents.

“To be honest, I can imagine the kind of comparison you can make between the Charlie Hebdo attack of January 7 and this event, but there is nothing to do [with one another], there is no comparison, absolutely no comparison,” Jean-Baptiste Thoret said in a clip of a longer interview set to air tonight.

While he described the group that put on the event in Texas as part of an “anti-Islamic movement” against the “Islamization of the U.S.,” Thoret said the motives of Charlie Hebdo are “absolutely not the same.” For the magazine, he said it “was a question of criticizing” all religions, not Muslim people “in particular.”"

Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.

Joe Rogan Experience - Sam Harris

Sam Harris is a neuroscientist and author of the New York Times bestsellers, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, and The Moral Landscape. His latest book "Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality without Religion" is available now.

Joe Rogan Experience #641 - Sam Harris

Megyn Kelly & Bill O'Reilly Duke It Out Over Muhammad Contest

"Megyn Kelly challenged Bill O’Reilly on his show when he expressed some hesitance about what Pamela Geller‘s group did in inviting people to draw Mohammad. Geller’s event in Texas ended up being targeted by two shooters, who were killed, and there’s been quite a debate today about causality and whether Geller’s group provoking Muslims in such a manner brought the attack on themselves.

Kelly told O’Reilly of course it doesn’t, because the point they were making about free speech was a solid one. The First Amendment, she said, isn’t meant to protect popular speech; it’s meant to protect “the most outrageous, offensive, incendiary speech.”

O’Reilly countered, “It’s always cause and effect… This is what happens when you light the fuse, you get violence.” Kelly was surprised to hear that, telling O’Reilly he sounds like he’s “attacking the event itself.”"

Cenk Uygur (, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Lawyer Kills Cyclist Documentary

The Lawyer Eugene McGee killed a cyclist but did not go to jail.

Eugene McGee hit and killed Mr Humphrey on Kapunda Rd between Kapunda and Gawler, fled the scene and then evaded police and alcohol testing before handing himself in hours later. Eugene McGee was fined $3100 for driving without due care.

Legal board takes no action on Eugene McGee by ABC

Hit-run lawyer toasts freedom

Justice system corruption allowed Eugene McGee to hit and kill a cyclist

Fox News Priest: Obama, Like All Atheists, Can't Be Trusted

"Catholic priest and Fox News contributor Father Jonathan Morris argued over the weekend that atheists were not suitable candidates for president because it was “hard to trust” someone who did not believe that God would punish them.

“One thing is very certain, you can’t fake religion,” Morris said of the Republican presidential candidates on Sunday’s edition of Fox & Friends. “Politicians sometimes fall into that, I think. What matters most to us Americans — those who will be voting — is what these guys said before they were running for president, the way in which they lived before they started running for president.”

“I think they need to be very clear about the values they believe in, not making stuff up in order to get votes,” he continued."

Read more here: Fox priest: ‘Hard to trust’ an atheist president because they don’t fear eternal damnation

Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and Jimmy Dore of The Young Turks break it down.



Fox's priest: Atheists shouldn't be president because nonbelievers are 'hard to trust'

Atheist Experience #910: Viewer Calls

Viewer Calls. Russell and Martin take callers.

The Atheist Experience #910 for March 22, 2015, with Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner.


VISIT THE ACA'S OFFICIAL WEB SITES (The Atheist Community of Austin) (The Atheist Experience TV Show)

Megan Fox, Evolution Exhibit "Auditer" - Friendly Atheist Podcast

Megan Fox is the apparent evolution-denier who “debunked” a science exhibit at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History and posted the video on YouTube.

In a long, far-ranging, and sometimes infuriating interview, we talked about the reactions to her “audit” videos, whether her gender plays a role in the backlash, and why she doesn’t consider herself a Creationist.

We also discussed why she believes not censoring the Internet in a local library’s adult section sanctions “taxpayer funded access to child porn.” (In response to her battle with the Orland Park Public Library, readers of this site raised nearly $7,000 for the library’s general fund.)


Here’s a link to Lindy West‘s story on This American Life.

Here are a couple of the articles the Chicago Tribune wrote about Fox’s battle with the library. However, Fox believes that these articles tell a more honest version of the events.

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Megan Fox, Evolution Exhibit "Auditer" - Friendly Atheist Podcast EP 51

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Dr. Oz and Nutritional Supplements (HBO)

John Oliver outlines what, exactly is problematic about Dr. Oz and the nutrition supplement industry. Then he invites George R.R. Martin, Steve Buscemi, the Black and Gold Marching Elite, and some fake real housewives on the show to illustrate how to pander to an audience without hurting anyone.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Dr. Oz and Nutritional Supplements (HBO)


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Atheist Debates - Interview: AC Grayling, DPhil

Professor, A.C. Grayling, DPhil (Oxon) is the author of more than 30 books on Philosophy, Humanism and related topics. In 2011 he founded and became the first Master of the New College of the Humanities in London.

In addition to his academic career, he also serves as a Vice President of the British Humanist Association and sits on the board of several philosophical and humanist organizations.

I was fortunate to be speaking at in Manchester along with Professor Grayling and he graciously agreed to sit down for this interview about philosophy, religion, debates and humanism.

Fear of Atheism Explained

Atheists are one of the most openly discriminated against, despised and distrusted groups in America and most of the world. There's a new study that aims to explain why Atheists are so hated. John Iadarola (Think Tank) fills in for Cenk Uygur on today's Final Judgment.

Read more here: Study: People don’t like atheists because they serve as a grim reminder of death’s finality

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Jesus and the Historian

Bart D. Ehrman presented "Jesus and the Historian" at the Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium, 7 p.m., Tuesday, February 25, 2014. Biblical scholars have long recognized the discrepancies between the four New Testament Gospels and the difficulties that result in determining who Jesus really was. Can these four Gospels be relied upon to give us an accurate account of Jesus’s words and deeds? Bart brings to bear his analysis and lengthy scholarship to answer this question.

This event was sponsored as a joint venture of St. John’s Episcopal Church, on the Square, Carlisle and the Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Have you read the bible?

Bart D. Ehrman is the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Bart Ehrman came to UNC in 1988, after four years of teaching at Rutgers University. At UNC he has served as both the Director of Graduate Studies and the Chair of the Department of Religious Studies. A graduate of Wheaton College (Illinois), Professor Ehrman received both his Masters of Divinity and Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary, where his 1985 doctoral dissertation was awarded magna cum laude.

Cop Kicks Black Man In Face In Brutal Video

"A Dover, Del., police officer who faced no criminal charges in 2013 for knocking a surrendering man unconscious with a jaw-breaking kick could face jail time, after all.

In 2013, then-attorney general Beau Biden (Vice President Joe Biden’s son) failed to get a grand jury indictment against Cpl. Tom Webster for injuring Lateef Dickerson without cause. But a judge in a civil rights lawsuit recently ruled that a video of the event could be released publicly, and current Attorney General Matt Denn brought the case again, resulting in an indictment for second-degree assault Monday.

In the aftermath of Ferguson, Mo., video evidence has played a decisive role in at least one case against a police officer accused of excessive force against black suspects. In North Charleston, S.C., police brought murder charges against the officer who shot a fleeing black man in the back and then appeared to plant evidence to suggest the man had been armed with a Taser. Officials admitted that no charges would have been brought if a bystander had not recorded the shooting."

Read more here: In arrest of cop for kicking black man, signs of shift on prosecuting police (+video)

Cenk Uygur (, Ben Mankiewicz (What The Flick?! & John Iadarola (Think Tank; of The Young Turks break it down.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Brief Lies: Equivocation

The Atheist Experience #916 for May 3, 2015, with Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Brief Lies: Equivocation. Don talks about equivocation as a subtle means of lying.



'The Atheist Experience' is a weekly call-in television show out of Austin/Texas. Every Sunday afternoon two atheists debate people on the phone for one hour - on camera. 'Mission Control Texas' portrays the show, it's protagonists and discussions - and religious life in Texas.

A documentary film by Ralf Bücheler.

"Atheists Can't Be Republicans" author CJ Werleman

CJ Werleman is a top atheist writer, political commentator, and humorist, and is the author of many books, including "Jesus Lied: He Was Only Human: Debunking The New Testament," "God Hates You, Hate Him Back: Making Sense of The Bible," and "Crucifying America: the unholy alliance between the Christian Right and Wall Street." His latest is "Atheists Can't Be Republicans: If Facts and Evidence Matter." He also writes regularly for Salon, Alternet and The Contributor.

How did CJ become godless? What took him from non-denominational Christian school to his views on religion today? What are his views on the Bible, God, and biblical figures?

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Pope Francis To Tackle Climate Change

Cenk Uygur host of The Young Turks discusses a planned encyclical to be released by Pope Francis about climate change and the environment.

"An encyclical is a letter sent from the Pope to the Bishops directly under his sphere of influence that lays down a plan to be carried out by the entire Catholic Church. Pope Francis has declared that he will be sending out an encyclical this summer regarding climate change and the environment. It is unknown at this time why the Pope has chosen to tackle climate change now, but some guesses from experts have been made. It is expected that the Pope will declare that focusing on climate change is a part of christianity being stewards of the planet, as is described in the teachings that the Catholic Church follows."

God Helped Ben Carson Ace His College Chemistry Final By Giving Him The Answers In A Dream

Ben Carson reveals that God helped him pass his college chemistry class by providing him with all of the answers on the final in a dream.

Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions

OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS, “no religion” has become the fastest-growing religion in America. Around the world, hundreds of millions of people have turned away from the traditional faiths of the past and embraced a moral yet nonreligious—or secular—life, generating societies vastly less religious than at any other time in human history. Drawing on innovative sociological research, Dr. Zuckerman—a Pitzer College professor who founded a Department of Secular Studies, the first of its kind—illuminates this demographic shift with the moral convictions that govern secular individuals, offering crucial information for the religious and nonreligious alike.

Living the Secular Life reveals that, despite opinions to the contrary, nonreligious Americans possess a unique moral code that allows them to effectively navigate the complexities of modern life. Zuckerman discovered that despite the entrenched negative beliefs about nonreligious people, American secular culture is grounded in deep morality and proactive citizenship—indeed, some of the very best that the country has to offer.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Jimmy Dore, author: Your Country Is Just Not That Into You

In this latest terrific interview, hilarious and incisive political comedian Jimmy Dore ( sits down with The Young Turks' host Cenk Uygur ( to discuss politics, the media and how corporations have seized control of them both - all of which Jimmy also covers in his new book, "Your Country Is Just Not That Into You: How the Media, Wall Street, and Both Political Parties Keep on Screwing You - Even After You've Moved on."

Along the way the two also discuss Jimmy's Chicago upbringing and why, as the 12th of 12 kids in an Irish Catholic family, he was eminently disposable, how ABC newscaster Brian Williams can be a terrific guy and still be a huge part of what's destroying the country, and why on earth someone making $50,000 a year would ever care about the estate tax.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson - The Inexplicable Univese: Unsolved Mysteries

The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries - Neil deGrasse Tyson Ph.D (Full Course)
0:12 Lecture 1: History's Mysteries
33:15 Lecture 2: The Spooky Universe
1:04:56 Lecture 3: Inexplicable Life
1:34:45 Lecture 4: Inexplicable Physics
2:05:07 Lecture 5: Inexplicable Space
2:37:16 Lecture 6: Inexplicable Cosmology

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ph.D
Hayden Planetarium
American Museum of Natural History

A one on one chat with Dr. Tyson, you'll feel like a guest in his own living room. Using animations, graphics and other instructive visual elements, Dr Tyson takes us on a tour of many interesting topics. Topics like neutrinos, string theory, quantum foam, black holes, multiverses, life on other planets and many more. He does all this while introducing us to the history behind them, the science that helped us grasp it, what researchers have discovered to date and what we have yet to discover.

The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries - Neil deGrasse Tyson Ph.D (Full Course)
Everything we know about the universe has come from scientists who have been willing to ponder the unanswerable. And now you can take that same journey with America's most noted astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson. The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries, explores the most tantalizing, mind bending questions at the forefront of scientific inquiry using visually stunning 3D virtual environments. Professor Tyson is the perfect guide on this eye-opening journey because of his vast knowledge and ability to make even the most intimidating science accessible, engaging, and most of all, enjoyable.

See the entire course available on The Great Courses: The Inexplicable Universe

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Christian Group Wants To Out Gay Republican Candidates And Staff

Cenk Uygur host of The Young Turks discusses a Christian group that wants Christians to investigate Republican Candidates and out any homosexual candidates or homosexuals on their staff.

"Apparently seeing 1984 as more of a blueprint than a cautionary tale, the christian themed American Renewal Project is going out of its way to ask pastors and church goers to out homosexuals that are working for Republican Candidates in the 2016 Presidential Race. The group tried to make sure it didn't look like a hate group, with spokesperson David Lane making it clear that they didn't hate homosexuals or any member of the LGBTQ community, they just weren't a fan of the idea of gay-marriage because they're a hate group aimed at outing homosexuals in the Republican Campaigns that find.

As of now the group has not found any substantial evidence that their witch-hunt was successful."

Read more here: Christian Group Asks Pastors To Investigate 2016 Republican Candidates And ‘Out’ Gays Or Gay Sympathizers On Their Staffs

Aasif Mandvi of The Daily Show: Not "That Kind of Muslim" (Interview w/ Cenk Uygur)

Aasif Mandvi established himself as a working actor in Hollywood in the 1990s and early 2000s appearing on TV shows like Miami Vice, CSI, Law & Order, The Sopranos and Oz. But he became a household — if often mispronounced — name after joining The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as a “Senior Foreign-Looking Correspondent” in 2006.

Today Mandvi writes, produces and stars in a comedy web series poking fun at 80s sitcoms and anti-Muslim bias called “Halal in the Family” (

In this interview, he talks with The Young Turks’ Cenk Uygur about:

- Turning down The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’s initial offer for him to audition
- Why his youth spent in the north of England helped him as an adult trying to pick up American women
- How 9/11 changed everything for American Muslims
- How “Halal in the Family” was inspired by news anchor Katie Couric
- Long-standing Muslim traditions that CELEBRATE portraits of the Prophet Muhammad
- What motivates “New Atheists” like Bill Maher and Sam Harris to generalize about Muslims
- How his acting career was inspired in equal parts by The Fonz and Omar Sharif
- Why he once told a casting agent he’d be willing to learn how to be a snake charmer

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Scientology Inc Abuse revealed by Debbie Cook to ABC Nightline

David Miscavige ordered a staffer to smack Debbie Cook, who did, knocking Debbie to the floor, and another to break her finger while she was at the Church's International Headquarters in 2007.

DEBBIE COOK: "We were made to do these time in front of 100 people, yelling at you. I was put in a trash can, cold water poured over me, slapped. One time it went on for 12 hours...There were times I was accused of being a homosexual, a lesbian..."

Debbie was the "Commanding officer" (The Church uses fake navy uniforms and navy military titles) of the Flag Service Org for some 20 years.
Mirrored from 2012 interview. Important videos will be archived on this channel to show the pattern of continuing criminal, immoral and abusive actions.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

The Science Of Doctor Who

For one night only, Professor Brian Cox takes an audience of celebrity guests, including Charles Dance and Rufus Hound, and members of the public on a jourrney into the wonderful universe of the Doctor, from the lecture hall of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

Drawing on the latest theories as well as 200 years of scientific discoveries and the genius of Einstein, Brian tries to answer the classic questions raised by the Doctor – can you really travel in time? Does extra-terrestrial life exist in our galaxy? And how do you build something as fantastical as the TARDIS?

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Jerry DeWitt, Pentecostal Preacher Turned Outspoken Atheist - Friendly Atheist Podcast

Jerry DeWitt was a Pentecostal preacher from Louisiana whose faith began cracking a few years ago. At first, he battled with his doubts internally, but he soon realized he no longer believed what he had been saying from the pulpit for nearly 25 years.

When he finally declared — publicly — that he was an atheist, his life began to fall apart. He wrote about his deconversion in his book Hope After Faith. You may have also seen him in the recent CNN special “Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers.”

Hemant spoke with Jerry recently about what led him to initially doubt his religious beliefs, his journey through the Clergy Project, and how he can still get himself into “preacher mode” when speaking.

Jerry DeWitt, Pentecostal Preacher Turned Outspoken Atheist - Friendly Atheist Podcast EP 48

'Draw Muhammad' Contest Organizer Ups The Hate Following Shooting

When two men opened fire outside a contest for Prophet Mohammed cartoons in a Dallas suburb Sunday night, Pamela Geller was the first to call it an attack on free speech.

"Civilized men can disagree," Geller said Monday on CNN. "Savages will kill you when they disagree."

Geller, a conservative blogger, is the president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which organized Sunday's event in Garland, Texas.

The group includes subsidiary programs Stop the Islamization of America and Stop Islamization of Nations."

Read more here: Texas shooting: Who is Pamela Geller?

Cenk Uygur ( & John Iadarola (Think Tank; of The Young Turks break it down.

Atheist Experience: Indocrtination of Young Relatives

The Atheist Experience #915 for April 26, 2015, with Russell Glasser and Jen Peeples. Indocrtination of Young Relatives. Jen and Russell respond to a viewer mail concerning a man concerned about the indoctrination of his grandchild. Jen discusses an email from an atheist grandparent.

Tony from Mission Viejo, CA - Godfather pushes Christianity
Aaron from Phoenix, AZ - Atheist with Mormon girlfriend
Cello from Long Island, NY - Unitarian Univeralists
Kyle from Huntington, IN - Indiana's Freedom of Religion Restoration Act
Nicholas from Florida - Kalam cosmological argument (extremely borring
Jeff from Callifornia - materialist world view

Wendy Thomas Russell, author of Relax, It’s Just God: - Friendly Atheist Podcast

Wendy Thomas Russell is a journalist who spent years covering criminal justice. In 2008, she began writing books for and about children, including three books for the Girl Scouts. In 2011, her focus shifted to secular parenting. Not only does she blog on Patheos at Natural Wonderers, she is about to release a new book called Relax, It’s Just God: How and Why to Talk to Your Kids About Religion When You’re Not Religious.

We spoke with Wendy about whether or not it makes sense to raise your child as an atheist, why the “sex talk” is easier than the “God talk,” and what she learned from the authors of other books about atheist parenting.

Wendy Thomas Russell, author of Relax, It’s Just God: - Friendly Atheist Podcast EP 47

Monday, May 4, 2015

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn -The Biggest Catastrophe Ever And Most Are Not Prepared

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn-3 000 Year Old Bible Mystery Surfaces The Biggest Catastrophe Ever And Most Are Not Prepared

This Is Now Considered A Gang Symbol

A middle school student in northwest New Mexico says she was sent to the principal's office and asked if she sold drugs or was involved with a gang after she wore her rosary to school.

Eighth-grader Latanyia Clah tells KOB-TV ( ) that she and her sister began wearing their rosaries to school after receiving them as Christmas gifts. The administration at Tibbetts Middle School in Farmington said the Catholic prayer beads are inappropriate attire.

Cenk Uygur (, Ana Kasparian ( hosts of The Young Turks, with Ben Mankiewicz ( of What the Flick? discuss.

Buses Forced To Run Disgusting Anti-Semtic Ads

"For some weird reason, New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) wasn’t keen on running ads which read “Killing Jews is worship that draws us closer to Allah.” But thanks to a judge’s decision on Tuesday, these catchy anti-Semitic-seeming-but-actually-Islamo­phobic posters will be coming soon to a bus near you (if you live in New York)!

The ad in question was paid for by the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), a so called “Pro-Israel” organization, which the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) labels a hate group, lead by Pamela Geller, whom the SPLC calls, “the anti-Muslim movement’s most flamboyant figurehead.” You may remember Geller from her previous tasteless and hateful campaigns like the San Francisco bus signs which compared Muslims to Nazis and said “Stop the hate… End all U.S. aid to Islamic countries.” Or the Washington DC-based billboards which read, “In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat jihad.”

The poster designed for the New York state of mind features a man wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh who is quoted as saying, “Killing Jews is Worship that draws us close to Allah.” The ad attributes the quote to “Hamas MTV” and follows up with the killer (pun intended) tagline, “That’s His Jihad. What’s yours?”

John Iadarola, Jimmy Dore and Michael Shure of The Young Turks discuss.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Glenn Beck Says Church Attendance Will Drop 50% If Gay Marriage Is Legalized

The Mormon Glenn Beck predicts that persecution will become so great if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage that church attendance will drop by 50% in the next five years.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Bill Maher: Infallible Police

Bill Maher says police unions are like the Catholic Church in their desire to protect the institution rather than admit their mistakes.

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Man Who Filmed Freddie Gray's Murder Arrested

The man who initially filmed Freddie Gray being arrested is now being targeted and harassed by the police himself. Kevin Moore, who is said to have cooperated with police and turned over the video, claimed he was targeted after the police asked the public to identify him. The allegedly released his photo and told the public that he was 'wanted for questioning.'"

Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola and Ben Mankiewicz discuss on a special Power Panel episode of The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.


"Kevin Moore, the man who filmed 25-year-old Freddie Gray‘s arrest, was reportedly arrested in Baltimore on Thursday night, according to a Facebook post from “We Cop Watch,” a group that routinely films police activity.

Moore, who is said to have cooperated with police and turned over the video, claimed he was targeted after the police asked the public to identify him. They allegedly released his photo and told the public that he was “wanted for questioning.”

The Facebook post linked to a Counter Current News article claiming Moore was arrested along with Cop Watch activists Chad Johnson and Tony White. The group also asked for help from lawyers. Moore was apparently released overnight, but Johnson and White are still in custody."

Read more here: Man Who Filmed Freddie Gray Video Reportedly Arrested in Baltimore

Nancy French, author and ghostwriter for Sarah Palin, - Friendly Atheist

Nancy French is a four-time New York Times best-selling author who has written books with Sarah Palin, Bristol Palin, The Bachelor star Sean Lowe, and Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson.

We spoke with her about whether liberals misunderstand Sarah Palin, how she came to support Mitt Romney (who doesn’t share her faith), and why all of her collaborations have the same starting point.

Nancy French, author and ghostwriter for Sarah Palin, - Friendly Atheist Podcast EP 46

Friday, May 1, 2015

Richard Dawkins new interview 2015

Interview with biologist Richard Dawkins

Neil Tyson tired of God

The Truth About PhD Creationists

So this creationist dickweed named Oucher Owl kept polluting my comments section with ravings about how we’re near the center of the universe, how Dr. Russell Humphreys disproves my contentions of that, and how scientists are covering this up because… reasons. Anyway I thought it was a good opportunity to examine a creationist with a PhD and do some amusing things with him, like compare his career to other physicists (hilarity ensues.)

It also allows me to address the common creationist canard concerning conspiracies, and finally allows me to put to rest the insufferable bullshit that is “quantized redshift.” If you guys enjoyed this video, leave a like. If you didn’t, please comment and tell me why. If you haven’t already, then click that Subscribe button and follow me to hell! (VIP section of course) Like, share, favorite, click all the buttons! Just to see what happens


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