The Morning Heresy 4/6/12: Holy Vodka

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
April 06, 2012

Your daily digest of relevant news and links from Paul Fidalgo

CFI's Office of Public Policy tells Health and Human Services not to require acupuncture be covered by insurance

By the way, we know many of you disagree with this position, and have been telling us so. We welcome the debate and discussion -- just don't poke us with anything sharp 

CFI-Indiana's Reba Wooden talks to local radio station WFHB about (award-winning) "Living without Religion" billboard

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CFI to HHS: Don’t Force Insurers to Pay for Acupuncture

Democratic Discourse with Michael De Dora
April 05, 2012

The Center for Inquiry today wrote to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking her to reject lobbying efforts to require health insurance providers and organizations to cover acupuncture.

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The Morning Heresy 4/5/12: Put-Upon Pups

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
April 05, 2012

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Anne Klaeysen of the New York Society for Ethical Culture in NYT disses "In God We Trust" on currency

Austin Dacey and Pamela Takiff hold a discussion on blasphemy at the UN

RNS: President Obama delivers "mini-sermon" for Easter prayer breakfast, because that's totally the president's job

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The Morning Heresy 4/4/12: It Burns!

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
April 04, 2012

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Michael De Dora blogs: Vast majority of voters, including Republicans, want a science-focused presidential debate

Greta Christina really, really wants you to go to the "barn-burner" that will be Women in Secularism Conference -- and so do we! 

Trump is now anti-vax (is that bad or good?)

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Most likely voters—even religious—want presidential debate on science

Democratic Discourse with Michael De Dora
April 03, 2012

An overwhelming majority of likely voters want American presidential candidates to debate major science-related issues, and believe such a debate is more important than one on the candidates' faith and values, according to a new national public opinion poll commissioned by ScienceDebate.org.

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The Morning Heresy 4/3/12: Bigfoot for Governor

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
April 03, 2012

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Happy birthday to SSA's Jesse Galef, who also served as official press wrangler for the Reason Rally! Well done, my friend. Jesse turns, I think, 12 today.

NCSE: Oklahoma anti-science education bill dead (for now) 

Not even the widow of Ted Kennedy is safe from the institutional tut-tutting of Catholic bishops 

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The Morning Heresy 4/2/12: Pill-Popping Mouth Breathers

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
April 02, 2012

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CFI's "Living without Religion" campaign wins Favorite Atheist/Agnostic Ad of 2011 at About.com! High fives all around.

Ron Lindsay on the long road for atheists in America 

Bill O'Reily's traveling sidekick Jesse Watters tries to make fun of the Reason Rally, does a poor job, and tells his boss that the atheists were mean to him.

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And Why The Reason Rally Was But One Step Forward On A Long Road

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
March 29, 2012

The Reason Rally showed the secular movement has come a long way—but much remains to be accomplished.

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A Brief Recap of The Reason Rally

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
March 29, 2012

The Reason Rally was a wonderful event—rain and all.  The Reason Rally was rightfully billed as a “coming out” party and a celebration.  We showed our fellow Americans that we have the numbers and the commitment to be taken seriously—and we had a great time doing so.  The speakers were eloquent, the entertainers were funny and engaging, and the crowd was uniformly upbeat. 

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The Morning Heresy 3/29/12: Homeopathic Job Search

The Morning Heresy with Paul the Morning Heretic
March 29, 2012

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20-year-old Iraqi Faisal Saeed Al Mutar in Big Think: "I didn’t become a Secular Humanist because of my hatred for organized religion but because I understand them. Secular humanism is not a way of revenge but a way of life that all humanity needs."  

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