July 22, 2022

Numerous Military Women Approach MRFF for Assistance in Protecting Their Reproductive Health Against Extremist Christians within Their Respective Chains-of-Command MRFF Admin Military Religious Freedom Foundation

Read More Military Religious Freedom Foundation July 21, 2022 On June 24, 2022 the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case which overturned the ‘settled law precedent’ contained in Roe v Wade (1973).  The practical impact of the Dobbs decision: The Constitution does not guarantee the right to an …

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The Comics Section: Raging Fires and Silver Linings Peter Bjork TheHumanist.com

The latest from Cagle Cartoons.     Let It Burn by Pat Byrnes   Silver Lining by John Darkow The post The Comics Section: Raging Fires and Silver Linings appeared first on TheHumanist.com. The latest from Cagle Cartoons.     Let It Burn by Pat Byrnes   Silver Lining by John Darkow The post The …

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Discontinue police chaplaincy, FFRF advises Ohio police department lauryn@ffrf.org (Lauryn Seering) News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation The Mansfield (Ohio) police department needs to get rid of its chaplaincy program at once, advises the Freedom From Religion Foundation. “Pastor Chad Hayes of Caesarea Baptist Church is the newest Mansfield police chaplain and his career path has included …

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The Hairy Hands of Devon: how a tabloid tale spiraled into a full-blown urban legend Blake Smith The Skeptic

On October 14, 1921, readers of the The Daily Mail encountered a brief, strange entry titled The Unseen Hands by a contributor named T. Gifford. An article of less than 500 words would captivate thousands and eventually millions as unseen hands steered the narrative from implausible anecdote to entrenched folklore. It seems strange that such …

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