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Tell Your Representative To Support Global Repeal Of Blasphemy Laws

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created image for repealing Blasphemy LawsOn June 2nd, Representative Joe Pitts (R-PA) introduced a resolution in the US House of Representatives calling for the repeal of blasphemy laws around the world. At least 50 countries have some form of blasphemy law on the books and in some of them the penalty is death. Contact your representative today and ask them to support the resolution.
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National Day of Reason Is Today

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logo for the National Day of ReasonToday is the day secular people mark the importance of reason to help humans solve human problems. It is a day opposed to the aims of the National Day of Prayer which promotes magical thinking and doesn’t help address the real basic needs of average Americans.
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First Thursday In May Is The National Day of Reason

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National Day of Reason: May 2nd 2013

May 2nd is the National Day of Reason in the United States. The day is a secular celebration for humanists, atheists, and other secularists and freethinkers in response to the National Day of Prayer, that is unfortunately a legal holiday in the United States. This country has many issues from high unemployment to religious conservatives attacks on women’s rights. The government shouldn’t be holding national days of prayer, we should be using reason to help solve human problems.
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American Secular Census Looks To Count Secular Americans

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logo of American Secular CensusA new group looks to complete a census of secular Americans who are usually under-counted by religious-centric demographic surveys. American Secular Census is an independent national registry of demographic and viewpoint data recorded from secular adult Americans covering those who are skeptical of supernatural claims. One reason such a census is needed and why secular Americans should participate is what happens in a Washington D.C. that is overly influenced by the religious right.
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