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Religion: Non-Believers - Atheists

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On October 25, 1989 Senator John Glenn, D-Ohio was taping a television interview following a tree-planting ceremony at the Smithsonian Institution. Suddenly, a well-dressed man walked up and punched the Senator square on the jaw.   The assailant, Michael John Breen, 31, was promptly arrested after being detained by a stunned Glenn. Breen later told authorities that in recent months he had dreams revealing future events, and that he only hit Glenn to gain attention for his revelations. Among these revelations was a vision of a massive earthquake in California which the government knew about but refused to warn residents of.   An affidavit filed in U.S. District Court said Breen told officials that he was "guided" by God to try to alert Vice President Quayle about the coming events during a visit to the Capitol.   According to police reports, Mr. Breen was charged with assaulting a member of Congress, a felony, and was held for psychiatric

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McClatchy Newspapers

WASHINGTON — A California Republican congressman wants to do a little writing on the walls of Washington's newest federal building. If Rep. Dan Lungren gets his way, Congress will spend nearly $100,000 to engrave the words "In God We Trust" and the Pledge of Allegiance in prominent spots at the Capitol Visitor Center.

News Link • Global Reported By Lola Flores
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Arizona Coalition of Reason (ArizonaCOR)

(Publisher: And we can always count on the claim that there are Individuals, Organizations, Nations and/or various collectives with God’s “Power of Attorney”. This is a sure sign of individual rights being set aside for the benefit of a collective that is trumpeted to be under constant threat. And this is the push back that was to be expected. There are those that are in touch with a spiritual aspect of their life that are just as much a victim of 'Religion' as atheists. Bring on the discussion :) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Top Secret! Burn after reading! "Don't believe in god? your not alone" billboard will go up very soon. Jim Lippard, ArizonaCOR Media Representive

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Der Speigel

An Amsterdam court ruled on Wednesday that populist Dutch politician Geert Wilders, an outspoken critic of Islam and maker of the anti-Muslim film "Fitna," should be prosecuted for hate speech.

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YouTube - Bill Maher

Bill Maher's final comment from Religulous, which is of grave importance to the society in which we exist. Atheists must com together, and help the world move on, so that a safer future can be insured for ourselves and for our children.

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Jonathan Turley

The atheist billboard reading “Imagine No Religion” has been taken down shortly after it was put up in Rancho Cucamonga, California. There were 90 complaints and the city demanded its removal and the General Outdoor company was more than willing to c

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CNN

An atheist sign criticizing Christianity that was erected alongside a Nativity scene was taken from the Legislative Building in Olympia, Washington, on Friday and later found in a ditch. "I thought it would be safe," Freedom From Religion F

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BBC

What is probably the oldest known Bible is being digitised, reuniting its scattered parts for the first time since its discovery 160 years ago. It is markedly different from its modern equivalent. What's left out?

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While the Constitution protects freedom of religion, it would be foolish to ignore religion in world power and its influence in US politics. Religious entitlements in government have crept up in US politics, as they always have in world politics, b

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It was 40 years ago on July 25th that Pope Paul VI issued the infamous "Humanae Vitae" encyclical. Mike Renzulli comments on the declaration's effect on human relations and how it, like religion itself, is anti-life.

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LewRockwell

Christians support for, the U.S. government’s latest military adventure often recite the mantra, "Obey the powers that be," a loose paraphrase of Romans 13:1, as if that somehow means that Christians should blindly follow whatever the gover

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www.breitbart.com

An activist from the Washington D.C. area, Rocky Twyman, started the effort, saying if politicians couldn't lower gas prices, it was time to ask God to intervene. The group thinks the prayer is helping, saying prices are starting to fall below $4

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