Blogs

  • Gratitude

    Found this today in my news travels...http://theprovince.com/feature/immigrants-say-thank-you-to-canadaI so needed it, after all of the EXTREMELY depressing, distressing and disgusting U.S. news(which I should just stop…

    By Winona

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  • The Nativity according to Matthew; why I'm an atheist

      It is often said that many are atheist because they read the Bible. This is my story.  I did not know there were atheist books, activists or anything of the sort. I was a christian with my Bible. I could not discuss doubts with other believers I had to study the Bible that was my only choice. …

    By Compelledunbeliever

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  • Back again, or at least visiting!

    I felt almost scared clicking the checkbox that said I was a non-theist when I signed up for Atheist Nexus years ago, even though I knew it was true. And how my heart pounded when I saw that big glaring red "A" that was my default profile picture!Talking with Atheist Nexus folks helped me adjust to…

    By Round Peg

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  • Tax Dollars for Jesus

    Fuck you and the dinasour you rode in on doesn't work when bible based legislatures use tax dollars for biblical interpertation.Crossing the Church-State Divide by ArkMAY 30, 2011The American landscape is dotted…

    By Chris

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  • How to Believe in God(s) - Six Easy steps.

    1. First, choose your parents. At least one of them should be religious. If you say it is impossible to choose parents, then wish for dame luck to favour you with religious parents.You should also love your parents and be obedient to them. It now becomes easy to believe in gods, because you love…

    By V.N.K.Kumar

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  • Part 4 Booms and busts punctuate the history of capitalism; it is a systemic problem.

    Part 4 Booms and busts punctuate the history of capitalism; it is a systemic problem.Remember General Motors, producer of automobiles? Over the last thirty years, General Motors created a subsidiary called GMAC, General Motors Acceptance Corporation. It is a bank. It lends money. It began by…

    By Joan Denoo

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  • Part 3 We reached the limits of the kinds of capitalism this society can endure.

    Part 3  We reached the limits of the kinds of capitalism this society can endure.  Turning, now, to the big business community, the last thirty years have been spectacular. Everything about the working class, with the introduction of computers, U.S. workers became more and more productive. We had a…

    By Joan Denoo

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  • Part 2 How do people cope with so many changes taking place in such a short period?

    Part 2 How do people cope with so many changes taking place in such a short period? First, wage-workers dealt with the end of rising wages by adding women and other family workers to the paid labor force, and they worked more hours per year. Between the 1970s and today, the average number of hours…

    By Joan Denoo

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  • Part 1 Why did the wages stop going up? There are four reasons.

    Part 1 Why did the wages stop going up? There are four reasons.There were a hundred and fifty years of rising standard of living for all people. Workers every decade enjoyed more because their wages rose, and they could buy more. They understood more and more work meant they could buy more stuff,…

    By Joan Denoo

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  • Updates and opinions of mine.

    We are heading into the end of another calendar year. This is an interesting time for me each year. My birthday is in December, so I tend to do a personal inventory sometime in November or December. I find it usually depresses me, so I try not to stay on that for too long. This year, from the…

    By Rhonda Boyer

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