On the Petulance of YECs by Means of Constant Misdirection, or the Preservation of Childish Tantrums in the Struggle for Relevance

Earlier this month, the American Humanist Association (AHA) worked with congressmen to introduce a resolution establishing February 12, 2015 as Darwin Day. This of course is Charles Darwin’s birthday, and the resolution is intended to establish “a national day to recognize the accomplishments of naturalist Charles Darwin and celebrate the contributions of science to education and humanity.” Sounds nice, doesn’t it? Who could possibly oppose acknowledging someone’s contributions to the sciences?

I’m sure that the title of this piece has already answered that question. Continue reading


Crime and Punishment in the 21st Century

“To have once been a criminal is no disgrace. To remain a criminal is the disgrace”
-Malcolm X

It’s easy to laugh at Ray Comfort. He has a funny accent and says really dumb things. I sometimes read through quotes of his for hours and I don’t know why because unlike the majority of his anti-fans, I don’t find Ray Comfort to be funny at all. In fact, I think he’s down right dangerous. Continue reading