Nonreligious Rising? Maybe Not

Our votes for representation in government should reflect the choices we're free to make, and the exercise of these freedoms each day.


Sharp Notes of Discrimination in Congress Air Alarm

Republican Representative Mark Walker apparently set the stage for more open discrimination in the workplace by leading his search for Democratic Representative Patrick J. Conroy's replacement as chaplain of the House of Representatives with the condition of a preference for a chaplain with children. In Why Do We Need a Chaplain in Congress Anyway, Rachel... Continue Reading →

Secular Climate Encourages Exploration

Today, we remember the excitement during the heyday of space exploration that garnered immense public support for the efforts. Fifty years ago, the Apollo 13 crew was in their 2nd day of orbit and generally intent on completion of their space mission. On their third day, an explosion cut their trip short.

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