Is Religion A Good Thing?

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
September 21, 2010

We'd like to hear from you on the question of whether religion is, on balance, beneficial for humanity.

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“Ghost Train” Death

Investigative Briefs with Joe Nickell
September 21, 2010

At vigil, real train tragically surprises ghost hunters on trestle.

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Skeptical of ‘Secretariat’

A Skeptic Reads the Newspaper with Ben Radford
September 20, 2010

A new Disney film about courage and heart features a freak racehorse...

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Scalia: Constitution Does Not Protect Women, Gays from Discrimination

Reasonable Doubt with Derek C. Araujo
September 20, 2010

Justice Antonin Scalia announced his view that the Constitution does not bar discrimination against women, gays and lesbians.

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The Pope’s Sales Pitch

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
September 19, 2010

Benedict denounces secularism as he tries to market the Church

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Dragon*Con 2010 and a Call for Investigation

A Skeptic Reads the Newspaper with Ben Radford
September 16, 2010

Investigation is only part of skepticism, but it is a vital part. Hopefully future conferences will include more investigation.

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Attacking Fundamentalism is not the only Atheist Agenda

It’s Only Natural with John Shook
September 14, 2010

Why limit atheist criticism to just the fundamentalists?

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The President and Religion

Democratic Discourse with Michael De Dora
September 14, 2010

Do the president's religious beliefs matter? And how much?

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“The Last Exorcism” (A Nickell-odeon Review)

Investigative Briefs with Joe Nickell
September 13, 2010

Another possession flick descended from a dubious “true story.”

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Texas Gubernatorial Candidates Weigh In on Intelligent Design, Curriculum Standards

Reasonable Doubt with Derek C. Araujo
September 13, 2010

Texas Gov. Rick Perry and his opponent, Houston Mayor Bill White, have responded to questions on K-12 education.

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