Monthly Archives: April 2011

The USA Needs Universal, Single Payer Healthcare

Why I don’t care about your money I am not an economist, I am not a political scientist. I don’t have all the answers and I don’t claim to have all the answers. I do know that on October 1941, the UK Minister of Health Ernest Brown announced that the Government proposed to ensure that…

A Message From Dr. Al Stefanelli, Esq., PhD

Some titles are earned, some are awarded and some are assumed.  Some are fanciful, some are revered and some are expected.  Others, however, are undeserved, arrogant and presumptuous.  Now, as you all well know, I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV.  I added the “Dr.” to my name to make…

A Letter From Christopher Hitchens

Citing health issues, Christopher Hitchens was unable to attend the American Atheists convention in Des Moines, IA.  But true to form for the gentleman that he is, Mr. Hitchens sent a letter in his stead, which was, to put it mildly, fantastic.   While it would have been awesome for those who were fortunate enough to…

Atheist News: Just The Facts, None Of The Magic

I told you all about A-News back in April as a new Atheist News outlet when their maiden video had just been launched.  It took better than a year to get this up and running, and has managed to recruit the rest of the group into helping him make it a reality.   This endeavor has grown and…

Rock Beyond Belief: The Movie

OK, well, not really a movie, but they’ve got a new trailer that is awesome!  In case you’ve been living in a cave, Rock Beyond Belief is a planned festival that was organized as a secular event in response to the evangelical festival & concert, “Rock the Fort,” that was put on by the Billy…

The Butterfly Effect: 12 Dead In Afghanistan

A Koran Burns In Florida Causes Murders In Kabul Now we can add five civilians and seven U.N. employees to the death toll and another seventy-three injuries that can be attributed to religion. The situation started as hundreds gathered in Kandahar to protest the burning of the Koran, and although things started off peacefully, it…