Time to Raise a Stink

Don’t be fooled by the title of this blog.  I’m in no way referring to an excess expulsion of methane gas, nor am I referring to a proposed vacation to Washington D.C.  I’m going to do what it seems like everyone else is doing: Offer my illegitimate commentary on the Rebecca Watson matter.  I refer […]

Christine "Did She Really Just Say That" O’Donnell

This morning in Delaware, Tea Party candidate for senate, Christine O’Donnell, criticized Democratic nominee, Chris Coons, by claiming that the teaching of creationism in public schools is not a violation of the First Amendment. O’Donnell continued her idiocy by asking where in the First Amendment is there any mention of the separation of church and […]

Sweatin’ to TBN

Let’s flip on through the channels. Channel surfing is a favorite pastime of mine, but lately it’s become a little dreary. But since I’ve occupied my morning by fixing my coffee maker, I’ll go ahead and get started. Although, television is getting boring. I think I’ll flip over to and see what’s on there. […]

Cute Little Animals Without Souls

In all three major Abrahamic faiths, it is taught that God gave man the earth and all its inhabitants the earth to do with it as they pleased. Along with this teaching is that animals don’t have souls and are mindless creatures that are here for our consumption. Well, although it disparages me that Anne […]

A Day in the Life of an Atheist

I’m a laid back and moderate person in most cases and I don’t pretend to be a representative of any kind of the Atheist community. However, reading a book recently about the Creation Museums which are now scattered across America concerned me. It would have enraged me, but I am the Smiling Atheist after all. […]