Interview with Dana L. Morganroth ​- Advisory Board Member and Vice President of CFI-Pittsburgh

Dana L. Morganroth is an advisory Board-Member and Vice President of CFI-Pittsburgh, and a Board-Member and Vice President Sunday Assembly Pittsburgh. What began the interest in critical thinking, science, and scepticism for you? During high school, I was an active member of a Christian youth group that spawned the Willow Creek Community (mega) Church outside […] Read more

Sound the Trumpet

This article is originally featured on the Open Democracy 5050 website Trump offered white voters the illusion they could prosper. We have to offer all our people a way to move forward together and save the planet. In the weeks leading up to Nov. 8, as the election loomed like a cloud about to burst, […] Read more

Donald Trump, You Still Don’t Speak for America. Here’s Why

59,204,408 Americans voted for Hillary Clinton to be their next president. 59,058,307 voted for Donald Trump. 146,101 more Americans voted for Clinton than Trump. So why, then, is Trump scheduled to sit in the Oval Office as the United States’ 45th president come January 20th, 2017? The United States does not select winning candidates based […] Read more

Interview with Rebecca Hale – President of The American Humanist Association

Rebecca Hale was elected president of the American Humanist Association in 2013. She is co-owner of EvolveFISH.com, the popular online store of atheist, humanist, and pro-science merchandise, and co-founder of the Freethinkers of Colorado Springs. Rebecca became a member of the American Humanist Association in 1996 and served as vice president from 2005 to 2012. She is a frequent […] Read more

Cutting The Costs of Crime

By reducing re-offending, the annual criminal justice budget can be shrunk and more money can be made available for schools, hospitals and overseas aid Read more

Trump’s Victory is a Disaster for American Common Sense and Decency

Things weren’t supposed to be this way. Hillary Rodham Clinton looked as if she was treading a sure path to the White House. All major pollsters and newspapers were projecting that America waking up to their first female President-elect was all but inevitable. Trump had simply fought too divisive a campaign to win over enough […] Read more

50 Shades of A-theism: A Compendium of Discrimination Against Atheists

It may seem hyperbolic to describe atheists as an oppressed minority from the standpoint of living in a Western secular liberal democracy. However, from a global perspective, and even in developed countries that purportedly cherish freedom of belief, atheists face endemic and systemic legal and cultural discrimination, even to the point of death based on […] Read more