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Comment by Sitakali on November 17, 2009 at 12:47am
http://sitakali.org
I blog about politics, science, and skepticism, as well as many other things. Mostly, I blog about my political beliefs, which are libertarian socialist in nature.
Comment by Shamar on November 16, 2009 at 3:36am
http://www.EscapeFromDogma.blogspot.com/

I blog about atheism, science, and skepticism, and once in a while related stories that have to do with atheism, science, and skepticism specifically here in Texas. I'm just getting started, but I post on a semi-daily basis, and would love to stimulate some more discussion.

Thanks guys for taking a look :-)
Comment by Jeff Satterley on October 23, 2009 at 12:45am
Just started a blog called Infallible Failure, where I talk about atheism and religion, as well as pseudo-science.

I particularly like to not only blog about current events in general, but also examine the arguments made about topics on religion, science, philosophy in depth, and discover where mistakes are made and why.
Comment by Guy Alan on September 28, 2009 at 8:54am
Definitely check out Drazzel's blog (2 posts below). Give mine a look too!
Comment by Tim Brown on August 11, 2009 at 9:04am
http://anyeverynot.wordpress.com/

I blog here, about Atheism and Anarchism. I try to promote debate and discussion. Small now, but I hope to get bigger soon.
Comment by Drazzel Feliu on July 9, 2009 at 11:54pm
Hi everyone. The title of the blog is very straight forward. Asking the god question. I try to provide my personal view on issues relevant to atheists while inviting all theists to at least re-examine what they claim to believe. I try not to be too strident and polemical but sometimes the commentary gets a little carried away.

http://askingthegodquestion.blogspot.com
Comment by Joe McCraw on July 8, 2009 at 4:16pm
I post human rights violations perpetrated for faith and religion at IntolerantFaith.com. Let me know what you think.
Comment by Trance Gemini on July 3, 2009 at 11:40am
Great idea for a group!

I blog a lot. Lol.

On my New Atheism blog I tend post a lot of things written by other people as well as myself and this particular blog is intended as a general exploration of the "new" atheism so I'm always look for interesting content :-).

A New Atheism

I have others as well but won't post them right now.

Enjoy! And feedback, suggestions for improvement, contributions are all welcome!
Comment by IAmTheBlog on June 30, 2009 at 10:49am
I've just relaunched my blog and website: I Am The Blog. I do blogging on atheist-related topics (news, humor, informal Biblical commentary, etc.), and have links and resources. Please stop by and visit! I'm still in the process of adding more, so any suggested sites you have would be welcome.

Ilse, I'm glad to hear you're trying to go against AA. I think it's horrible that they try to force religion (sometimes court-ordered) onto people who are obviously in need of help, not another dependency. I just looked at some of your posts, and can't believe Pennsylvania ruled AA is not religious. I've heard and read that it most clearly is.

I look forward to checking out other people's blogs and sites!
Comment by ftg on June 26, 2009 at 7:26pm
Hi! I write over at the blog Stinkin' Thinkin (under the handled friendthegirl). Our subject is kind of the red-headed step-child of the skeptic community -- though I'm not sure why. Specifically, we're devoted to muckracking Alcoholics Anonymous (and the whole treatment undustry, which uses 12-step as its foundation). Alcoholics Anonymous is a religion in itself, and many of our readers have been struggling to deprogram themselves from the "spritual program."

I look forward to checking out everyone's blogs!
 

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