Saturday, August 10, 2013
August 10 Link Round-up
Baptist pastor expelled from church for attending Rick Ross ("God Forgives, I Don't") concert. Oh the irony.
The Slate reports on the sexual harrassment problem in secularism.
Crazy Christian in Washington (state) blows up the family dog because it had demons.
Two British teens visiting Zanzibar are the victims of an acid-throwing attack.... because they sang during Ramadan. Seriously? Singing?
Conservatives don't care about the consequences of their "morality." Someone got paid to study that. I picked the wrong career!
Teens exploited by churches around the country to demand a ridiculous exhibit comparing abortion to the Holocaust. Even sadder, they're probably aware of being used and proud of it.
Former basketball coach converts to Islam, goes off the rails, threatens Mormons & Catholics, and gets arrested for pot possession. Yes, this is the real reason pot is illegal: to get people you don't like off the streets.
Link round-up at a blog I've recently started following, "No Longer Quivering" Great links, great blog.
Atheism is considered a suicide risk by the military.
Clashes between Hindus and moslems in Kashmir, the only Islamic-majority part of India.
Salon says it misses Hitch more than ever since a video of Kissinger dancing with Colbert goes viral. (with video interview of Hitch from 2001)
A humanist chaplain at Harvard explains why a humanist/atheist chaplain would be a good idea in the military.
The Barking Atheist challenges Rep. Michael Burgess on his vote to deny atheist chaplains in the military. Check out the Barking Athiest's blog, too. His video of this event is the video of the week, below: