History, Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Faith and The Founders
Alan Germani May 11, 2006
There is a widespread and dangerous misconception that the United States was founded as a Christian nation. As religious fundamentalism increases today, so does the likelihood that faith-based laws will be enacted and enforced by our government. Items on the agenda of faith-wielding politicians—who are increasingly pushing for rule by…
Philosophy, Politics & Rights
The Social Worker and The President
John David Lewis May 10, 2006
A social worker recently told me why I should support government programs that bring money to people in need. Isn't it good, she asked, to live in town that is prosperous, with neighbors who are not desperate for the basics of life? By giving to them, I make my own…
Exposing Anti-Muslim “Conspiracies”
Elan Journo February 20, 2006
Surveys and identifies the fundamental cause of the widespread conspiracy theories that plague the Middle East and help convert millions of people into anti-Western lunatics.
History, Philosophy, Science & Technology
Enlightenment Science and Its Fall
David Harriman February 20, 2006
Examines the profound philosophical history surrounding the rise and fall of reason as the recognized method of scientific inquiry in the 18th and 19th centuries.