Heretic on the Hill: Post-Dinner Musings & Advocacy Updates

Following my Thanksgiving meal, I began musing how the the Pilgrims, who were undoubtedly Christian and sacrificed a great deal in the name of their Christian beliefs, resembled many modern American atheists in interesting ways: • When they worshipped in secret in northern England the Pilgrims followed their conscience in the face of societal opposition …

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Heretic on the Hill: Elections, their consequences, and Resolutions

Elections do have consequences, large and small. The previous Administration announced several times that it would be working with Congress to pass infrastructure legislation. No progress was ever made. But this week the new Congress sent President Biden a bipartisan bill to sign that provides $1.2 trillion for infrastructure over several years. That’s a big …

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Heretic on the Hill: Spooky Season for Secularism

Halloween weekend is usually the scariest time of year, with miniature ghosts and devils going door to door, threatening tricks if there are no treats. This fall is scarier than usual for advocates of separating government and religion. At the recent Ohio Republican Senatorial debate, candidate Josh Mandel said, “There’s no such thing as separation …

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