Episode #7 Secular Morality

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Posted on: Saturday, May 6th, 2017

Tennessean headline: “How secularism will fail us” This is a local story where this pastor from Inglewood Baptist church. Where he argues that secularism is going to fail because he equates it to moral relativism and that any moral claims made are a result of stealing from the “judeo-christian” worldview. This article brings in few […]


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Episode #6 Listener Feedback and Climate Change denial

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Posted on: Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

Feedback from episode #1: I have gotten some feedback from my first episode, where people have noted that I made an assertion about Trump supporters that I did not cite sources for. The assertion that I made was that there is a disconnect from what liberals see as corruption and what the right wingers call […]


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Episode #5 Syria, Gorsuch, and introduction of new show segments

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Posted on: Sunday, April 16th, 2017

Correction I say 5013c charity it is 501 c3. Episode 5: Syria, Gorsuch Syrian missile strikes: Was it a good move by Trump? Did his remarks about god give ISIS another recruitment boost? The inaction on Syria may have been a bad move by Obama, but did the immediate escalation to missile strikes by Trump […]


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Episode #4: Creationism in schools

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Posted on: Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

Show notes for episode 4: The rise and fall of secularism. Is secularism bound to failure. With the religious birth rates and accelerated indoctrination, the numbers are favoring the religious. However this is not a death blow to secularism. It does however renew the need for finding allies on the other side. There are the […]


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Episode 3: beliefs and indoctrination.

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Posted on: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

In this episode we discuss beliefs, how one comes to a belief, and what a belief is. We also discuss indoctrination, and how it is different from the way most people come to beliefs. We go into Trumps Muslim ban and why atheists should be concerned. At the end of the show we talk about the working poor, and how that is an often overlooked section of atheists.


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Episode #2 Local elections

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Posted on: Friday, March 10th, 2017

Local Elections: We start off with a snippet of my personal story. Then we move into to some laws and local candidate news. We then emphasize that we need to pay more attention to the local elections and find the secular values candidates. The importance of these local elections can not be overestimated. It is […]


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First Podcast Episode: Community building

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Posted on: Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Building communities:
East Tennessee finds itself lacking in strong atheist, agnostic, and secular humanist communities. We need to work together and build our own community and create strong social safety nets.


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Skeptic children’s clubs are starting to slowly crop up around the country.

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Posted on: Monday, February 27th, 2017

The Atheists United Group of San Luis Obispo has started an elementary after school club to counter the good news clubs. I think this is wonderful idea. We need more atheist normalcy in the world. A counter to these good news clubs is a good step in securing a future of rational and informed thinkers. […]


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The Rise of Tyranny: Going full Godwin on Trump and his puerile sycophants.

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Posted on: Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Reductio ad Hitlerum Is Trump the new Hitler? We can go ahead and dispel this from the beginning. While there may be similarities in ideologies, strategies, or overall personality, we must abandon this rhetoric. It should be abandoned, not because it is false, but that it immediately shuts down discussions. It is also imperative that […]


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Devos is a threat to education and secular inclusive school systems.

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Posted on: Monday, February 6th, 2017

  The Democrats in the Senate are holding open the senate session until the vote on Devos. Hopefully, one more Republican senator can vote for reality instead of along party lines. The nomination of Betsy Devos will be a devastating blow to our public education sytem. It will set us back at least 50 years. […]


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