In response to events at CPAC, the conference of conservatives that ended a few days ago, I’ve written, in response, “My Non-Believer’s Manifesto.” I invite one and all — religious, non-religious, and in-between — to read it.

I admit it is a challenging statement, and this is by design, for reasons I explain there. Some of you might even consider it incendiary or extreme.

But whatever you think of it, clearly American non-believers no longer have any choice to but to start asking hard questions of religionists, who believe they are entitled to run the country and even to dictate what everyone within in it says and thinks. There doesn’t seem to be any more room for debate or negotiation, because religionists in the U.S. will never engage in either … not genuinely, anyway.

In any event, my thanks to one and all for having a look at it.

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7 Responses to “New Page: “My Non-Believer’s Manifesto””
  1. […] obey you somehow diminishes your “religious liberty,” well then … by all means, I invite you to come right here and assert your control over me. Go ahead. I dare you. Do it. […]

  2. Mark says:

    Pentagon Dark Operations has their Cross Hairs on you and your group.

  3. […] out,” then I invite him to begin making that happen, starting with me. Pastor, please, throw me out of your country. Locate me, come here, and toss me out on my cynical, skeptical, godless agnostic heathen […]

  4. […] freedom” and force me to live according to Catholic doctrine … well, by all means, go right ahead. Give it your best shot, guys! Track me down, and then do whatever you feel you need to do, and […]

  5. […] you refuse my challenge, that will only demonstrate you’re nothing but a pathetic, vile, cowardly little troll who […]

  6. […] take this opportunity to reiterate my challenge to Sen. Rubio — or any other militant religionist — that, if you think I’m required to believe […]

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