Find a Story and Stick to it


It seems that the more we learn about this Chinese virus, the less we know how to confront it or adjust to it. I really don’t believe we’ll ever be completely free from what is known as COVID-19. We’re in no way doomed, it’s just a virus we’re going to have to become used to existing with. Sure, there’ll be therapeutics and there will be a vaccine, but it doesn’t mean that this virus will be eradicated from the population. Humanity have survived worse.

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Get Over It


I was just looking through my blog drafts. I have so many yet finished. Sometimes, I begin a post and then lose why I am even writing. Yes, it happens. The initial passion, or whatever it is, fades and I close the post, hoping to come back to it at another point in time. I could easily continue to write about the same old thing – atheism – but that really doesn’t interest me much nowadays. What is going on with atheism that hasn’t gone on for the past decades? Nothing. The names have changed, but that’s about it.

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Play Sports, Not Politics


Why are we insistent in politicizing sports events? I’m a soccer fan and it annoys me to no end that these teams in the U.S. and around the world virtue signal by wearing warm-ups with “Black Lives Matter” emblazoned on them and then before the match begins, everyone, players, coaches, staff, kneel. It’s disgusting and fans don’t care for it.

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To Mask or Not


TOPSHOT – This handout illustration image obtained February 3, 2020, courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses. – Note the spikes that adorn the outer surface of the virus, which impart the look of a corona surrounding the virion, when viewed electron microscopically. A novel coronavirus virus was identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China in 2019. (Photo by Alissa ECKERT / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE – MANDATORY CREDIT “AFP PHOTO /CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION/ALISSA ECKERT/HANDOUT ” – NO MARKETING – NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS – DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS (Photo by ALISSA ECKERT/Centers for Disease Control and /AFP via Getty Images)


To Mask or not to Mask. That ia the question, to paraphrase Shakespeare. There are those that claim to support “science” that say, yes, everyone, out in public, should be wearing masks. I want to ask them if they’ve tried this with their toddlers. Others say, masks do nothing to prevent the transmission of the Wuhan virus. The government, at all levels, until recently, has been back and forth on whether waring a mask will not only save your life (it won’t) to saving lives of others (this is where the argument exists). It’s a conundrum because there is actually no science, currently, that says wearing a mask will prevent a person from contracting the Chinese virus.

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Want to Support Worldwide Atheism? Join IAA



It’s been awhile since I’ve written anything. I apologize to my readers but as we are all experiencing during this pandemic, we all are dealing with our own issues. It’s not that I haven’t had ideas to blog about, topics that have come to mind. So, now that, in my household, at least some issues have resolved themselves, I thought I should get back to the keyboard.

I’m disappointed. As an  Atheist, I can’t find a single organization that I can believe that their mission is to support atheists. I think about those I’ve belonged to; American Atheists and Freedom From Religion Foundation. But both of those have become more political and, in my opinion, less an Atheist activism organization than people that want to push some version of Social Justice. If you recall, I joined IAA a few months ago. Why? Well, one of the founders, Courtney Heard, I am very familiar with, and her co-founder, Bridget Guadett, is a well known activist in atheist circles. As you may know, I was skeptical of this new organization. Do we really need another “Atheist” organization? Good grief, how many are there already out there? Once, though, Courtney and Bridget defined their mission more completely, I decided I could do nothing else but join and support them.

What’s different? Well, IAA does exactly what they say – we’re helping atheists around the world whether those people are in danger of being arrested in their own countries or just needing support that allows children to receive a secular education. Yes, we raise and donate money to those causes that promote freedom for many who do not have a voice where they live.

IAA  have also partnered with other atheist organizations around the world, in order that we, here in the privileged west, may know and be able to support those in countries whose lives are in peril – and that covers a lot of people, by the way. What do we do with monies donated? Look no further than here. Transparency, is a good thing when you’re donating money to an organization. How many others do you know of that blog about anything like this. None of them do this. What and why am I blogging here about? I would like to see many more atheist abandon the old, elitist, political, SJE, organization’s  and jpin us here at IAA. $25 a year will help atheists around the world . Yes, we’re all in tough times right now but if you can afford a large pizza twice a month, then you can join IAA for a year.

Let’s support an apolitical, atheist-oriented organization. Think about how much good will be accomplished by your small memership. There’s 10 million atheists in the US alone! Can’t we find 2 or 3 thousand here that would want to help not only them selves, but atheists in countries around the world?  Please go here, and join now.