Blog Archives for March 2012

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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Shouldn’t Arizona Scrutinize How Men Are Using Viagra?

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
March 16, 2012

In the controversy over contraceptive coverage for women in health care plans, things get crazier by the minute. Arizona is considering legislation that would permit religious employers to require women who want reimbursement for the cost of contraception to submit a claim, supported by evidence, that the pills are not being used for contraception, but to treat some other medical issue. Incredible, right?

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Being Clear About Our Objectives

No Faith Value with Ronald A. Lindsay
March 14, 2012

Moving Secularism Forward, the joint conference of CFI and the Council for Secular Humanism, took place in Orlando a little over a week ago. The presentations at the conferences have generated a fair amount of commentary (for examples, see here and here). This is a good thing. One of the purposes of our conferences is to get people to think, to debate, and, in some cases, to look at issues from a different perspective.

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