Well, yes, I suppose that Freethinkers DO party now and then … but this piece by E.J. Dionne in the […]
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For many years I worked closely with people suffering from various forms of mental illness. I take the people, and […]
One Nation Indivisible?
For a divided nation, it’s either a wonderful day or an awful one. Celebration on one side, and disappointment, even […]
This may come as a shock to some readers, but ’tis the season for honesty, isn’t it? (that’s a very […]
This website reached 50,000 views today. I’m aware this doesn’t mean there have been that many actual “visitors.” That […]
New Secular Religion
Alright, maybe not so new … and just maybe the oldest religion in the human story. “Can a Secular Person […]
One of the most delightful shows on the tube these days is “Young Sheldon.” Brilliant little guy (“mighty little man,” […]
Wright is Wrong!
Or is she? I’m talking about Frances Wright, 19th Century Scottish-American social reformer who flung her freethinking in the face […]
Zora Hurston on Religion, Seeking Truth
African-American writer, Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), wrote about her long struggles with religious faith. I sense kinship with some of […]