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Tim Farley Ignites Skepticism at Dragon*Con

A Skeptic Reads the Newspaper  with Ben Radford
October 20, 2014

Tim Farley has an idea for a new format for skeptical outreach in bite-sized bits.

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Weekend at Bernie’s 3: God’s Not Dead 2

The Morning Heresy  with Paul the Morning Heretic
October 20, 2014

The Morning Heresy is your daily digest of news and links relevant to the secular and skeptic communities.     

The HHS is taking public comments on all the bending-over-backward they keep doing for "religious" businesses and nonprofits, and we'd like you to chime in. Here's how.

CFI legal director Nick Little examines the implications for humanism and free expression in the horrific threats against Anita Sarkeesian. And absolutely no one had any opinions about it.

Speaking of opinions, the CFI Institute has a course coming up on How to Make Arguments (Not Just Argue).  

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Utah, Guns, and Free Speech

by Nicholas Little
October 17, 2014

Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist writer most known for her analysis of sexism in video games, was meant to give a lecture on Wednesday, October 15th, at Utah State University. I say “meant to” because Sarkeesian cancelled her lecture, fearing for her safety. 

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That is Hogwash

The Morning Heresy  with Paul the Morning Heretic
October 17, 2014

The Morning Heresy is your daily digest of news and links relevant to the secular and skeptic communities.     

Check out the major papers' homepages today, and it's an Ebolapalooza. The end, it seems, is nigh. How much should you worry? Well, don't go by me, because I worry about everything. Suffice it to say, it looks like the president is considering appointing an "Ebola Czar," so cue the conspiracy theorists there. USA Today's Liz Szabo asks for less panic and more compassion. And in a major example of "not helping," Terrence McCoy at WaPo reports on how a Liberian news outlet, the Daily Observer, is reveling in the manufacture of click-generating Ebola fictions and conspiracies. 

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