Today’s Music Monday song comes by suggestion from Farah at Cal State, Fullerton. Ever since it was suggested two weeks ago I have had a hard time getting the song out of my head. What makes it even more awesome is that this song is used on some episodes of Mythbusters.
Today's Music Monday comes as a request from CFI On Campus facebook fan, Reid. Why this song on this week? Well, Debbie Goddard, CFI On Campus Coordinator, went out of hear way last week to let me know she loved this song and that I should feature it on this week's Music Monday. Well, here you go Debbie.
In late 2011, Republican hopeful Ron Paul had his sights set on winning Iowa. Unlike most GOP candidates, however, the bulk of his volunteers were not old white men or Christian housewives--they were college students.
Today's Music Monday comes by request from Trent in Des Moines, Iowa. I couldn't be happier with this song. I think it is beautiful, and inspiring, and talks about death in a not scary way. I love it and I hope you do, too. Thanks, Trent!
The cause of secularism in the United States is one about which most of us in "the movement" feel passionate. Religious dogma poisons LGBT equality and attempts to set back rights for women. Prayer at public high school commencements and nativity scenes on town hall front lawns send the message to non-believers and those of other faiths that they are institutionally undervalued. "In God We Trust" on our money and "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance are minor, yet lingering reminders that atheism is looked on with disdain by many Americans.