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The Political War on Facts and Why the March for Science is So Important

2017-04-03

by Melissa Pugh, Grassroots and Outreach Coordinator, United Coalition of Reason In nature, there are neither rewards nor punishments---there are consequences.” --Robert Ingersoll Science and politics have always had a contentious relationship in ...

What Now in Politics?

2017-01-19

by Ms. Toni Van Pelt, President, Institute for Science and Human Values When we at ISHV speak to our elected officials and staff, we state our group identification as secular humanists, skeptics, atheists, humanists, rationalists, naturalists, America ...

The Long, Slow Death of Religion

Special Article by James A. Haught, Editor Emeritus—The Charleston Gazette-Mail (West Virginia) By now, it’s clear that religion is fading in America, as it has done in most advanced Western democracies. Dozens of surveys find identical evidence: ...

Immigrants and the Common Good

2016-11-15

In September, a report to the National Academy of Sciences measured the economist impact of immigration, again finding it more beneficial than harmful. This month's Secular Idaho newsletter contemplates this news and immigration policies in the United ...

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