The second part of my interview with the Blue Ball Skeptics is up. I want to again thank Damion and Chas for the opportunity. I had a great time. You can listen here to parts one and two.
I forgot to mention that I was interviewed on the Blueball Skeptics podcast recently. Damion and Chas, BTW, are just great and we had a wonderful conversation.
They both wanted to understand how I could call myself a skeptic and atheist, while still holding true to basic conservative principles (small, non-intrusive, government).
I think you’ll enjoy part one. Part two, if I recall goes a bit deeper into topics which we were all interested.
You can listen to part one here. Part two, is forthcoming.
Today has been a special day. It’s been a special day not only for us Yanks, but for countries around the world. For my friends in the UK, for my Canadian compatriots, and especially for some very good friends from Australia and New Zealand.
I usually refuse to debate Christians on any level. I find it a frustrating and mostly unproductive use of my time. But sometimes, the stupid, it just burns and when someone makes a completely idiotic statement, well, I have to say something.
People inquire of me all the time as to how I can claim to be both an atheist and a conservative. Aren’t the two diametrically opposed?
Freethought is not a liberal construction, as many would want us to believe. I know that some out there believe that a conservative in no way could be a freethinker, but I beg to differ.