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Conservatives Across America Heap Accolades on Barack Obama for Ebola Policy

American conservatives are out on the streets, showing their love for President Barack Obama’s Ebola policy.

That’s what I must conclude from the sudden appearance of bumper stickers like this across the nation. On Barack Obama’s watch, after all, there were a handful of cases in which someone with Ebola flew to the United States. […]

Merry Christmas Stick Figures

Red and green, jolly jolly, ho ho. What happens next?

After the Creeping Octopus Satellite Launch, What Next for the National Reconnaissance Office?

The National Reconnaissance Office — “a joint Department of Defense – Intelligence Community organization responsible for developing, launching, and operating America’s intelligence satellites” — has launched NROL 39, its latest payload of classified spy satellites. For every launch, it develops a unique badge and motto. This time around, the badge incorporates an angry, creeping octopus:

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Hard Candy Theology

14 year old Jessica Perry of Jacksonville, Florida has seen the image of Jesus in a piece of hard candy:

The young, enterprising believer wants to sell the candy on eBay. Praise be! But hey, look what I saw this morning on my kitchen counter:

Yea, the Lord in his Almighty Providence has […]

Invisible Pink Unicorn: Should Atheism Have a Symbol?

The Invisible Pink Unicorn: it’s not pink, it’s not invisible, and it looks more like a hummingbird to me. Is the invisibility, the lack of pinkness, and the impossibility of a pink invisible thing purposeful? The Invisible Pink Unicorn is both an icon meant to designate a lack of belief in any deity, and at […]