Link round-up for 23 August 2015
They tried to bury us.....
Well sprayed, indeed.
Somebody dozed off.
Don't confuse me with facts!
Dead Logic makes the case for why "skeptic" is a better term than "atheist".
What could be better than a baldness cure called Sonic Hedgehog?
Don't pass out drunk in the street in India.
Larry Klayman, king of the wet-firecracker fizzled baggot uprisings, is trotting out his shtick again.
London is set to build the world's scariest swimming pool.
Why do the Republicans keep attacking Social Security?
Hostility to abortion rights correlates strongly with religion and is increasingly concentrated in the South (link from Shaw Kenawe).
Stoning gays to death is part of the mindset of God (found via Republic of Gilead).
Green Eagle has an interesting take on the BLM / Sanders clashes.
Hmm, is a Biden / Warren ticket a possibility?
As has happened so many times in the last 1,600 years, the men of faith have murdered a man of the mind.
Greece has a surprisingly lively high-tech scene.
Here 's the breakdown of religious groups in various US cities (link from Shaw Kenawe) -- my city has the highest "unaffiliated" percentage at 42%!
Planned Parenthood is starting to fight back against the smear-video campaign, and objective investigations have found no wrongdoing.
An atheist confronts the philosophical conundrum of meat-eating.
Rick Perry's campaign is a sign of the zombie apocalypse.
Who wrote this dress code, Ayatollah Khomeini?
Tim McGaha contemplates an alternate ending to World War II.
The word "hero" is sometimes used cheaply. These men deserve it.
The "intelligent designer" must be both malevolent and incompetent.
Here's the Republican race in one chart.
Some Islamic clerics join the fight against global warming. It could make a big difference. Our own next President will need to get on board, and the Latino vote could help ensure that.
Let's build Trump's wall! Seriously, he's no longer a joke, and saner Republicans are growing alarmed at the enduring strength and support of what's basically a personality cult. Pics from his giant rally in Mobile, Alabama, capture the spirit of the movement. And is there a Trump-Cruz axis of evil?
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