Monthly Archives: May 2016

No More TweedleDee And TweedleDum(b) American Politics

May 24, 2016 | | Say something

I disagree with his ending summation, but America needs (and, if this election process is any indication, wants) more political choices. America, actively and openly support other political parties on the ballot, and demand an end to TweedleDee and TweedleDum(b) American politics. #AtheistVoter #Independent Reform Party National Committee Reform Party Chairman David Collision Speaks […more]

In 2016, Be An Atheist Voter!

May 22, 2016 | | Say something

The words of the youth echoing the words of the Founders. Someone is teaching history accurately and honestly! There is hope for Public Education. #‎AtheistVoter‬ ‪#‎NotaChristianNation‬ ‪#‎BeliefsBecomeActions‬ Secular Student Alliance of EKU – February 3 · Hey politicians, we don’t want America to become a “Christian” Nation. It is NOT one, was not one, and […more]

Knowing Real Peace In A World Of Constant Change

May 21, 2016 | | 1 comment

There is an incredible peace one can feel when you truly realize that we are temporary beings, a temporary creation/evolution, and that there really is nothing to be stressed about. We are but a moment, an expressive affecting moment, among moments. Be thankful for the day, every day, knowing that all is as it is […more]

Elect New Leaders In Mass That Want A Progressive Tomorrow

May 18, 2016 | | Say something

Yes, out of the box thinking! A brand new Congress. Let’s flip the tables. Let’s just replace everyone, all one time. Start fresh. Get this democracy going again! Bring the power back to the People, through the power of the vote. Elect A Brand New Congress 2018 Let’s elect a brand new Congress that […more]

Is This The Future Of Religions? – Rational Religion/Spirituality

May 11, 2016 | | Say something

Is this the future of religions? I believe so. … Religion and Science need never to be in opposition. Religion addresses the subjective world of human experience. Science addresses the objective world of which humans are a part. Together, both make up the individual and collective human “breath” or “spirit” of life. The rest is […more]

This Is Better Than Socialism And Makes Sense

May 10, 2016 | | 1 comment

This is not socialism. They are pushing for something a lot more radical. Something I firmly believe in – a post economic societal system. This, along with free education, food, and healthcare, is the first step. The next step, moving away from currency driven economies all together. Imagine, people working jobs to build the common […more]

Prince Did Not Die From Chronic Pain

This article is dangerously naive. There are always exceptions to the rule and their need might be different, but for most … here are the facts about chronic pain. Chronic pain itself does not kill. It is the way we try to alleviate chronic pain that sometimes kills. To take the focus off of addiction […more]

I Have The Authoritative Textbook Of My Science God

I have a science textbook – the New Schaum’s Outline of Physical Science, Edition II. Despite the fact that I know it is written by humans, is a revised version from several other sources, and is the canonized and authoritative textbook of all aspects of science, I believe it to be the word of God, […more]

In Liberty And Justice We Trust – Today Is A National Day Of Reason

Congress of the United States of America, 1796, “As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian Religion …” “It was in the 1950s that those wishing to define American government with religion made their move. During that decade, notable for staunch anti-communism, McCarthyism, God-and-country nationalism, […more]

America The Substance Addicted

Individuals who are addicted to substances – whether it be cashier-stand nicotine and alcohol or doctor-prescribed opiates – do not have an “unhealthy lifestyle habit.” They have an “addiction,” and this addiction has altered the very chemistry of their body. Until we look upon addictive substance use as “addictions” and not “habits” or “medicines,” we […more]