Saturday, December 24, 2011

Atheists, Pirates Declare War On Christmas

Although the liberals and other members of the rationalista might have you think otherwise, the centuries-old War On Christmas is a very real war on the most sacred of American holidays, Christmas. This very real war has some very real casualties.

The latest casualty in the War on Christmas is none other than Santa Claus himself. And to a lesser extent that Baby Jesus guy. A nativity scene in the quaint suburban suburbia of Leesburg, Virginia has been brutally attacked by pirates from the so-called "Church" of the "Flying Spaghetti Monster.". The nativity scene in question was vandalized to include marauding pirates and placing a so-called "spaghetti monster" in the manger cradle in place of the baby Santa Claus.


Another nativity scene, placed there by Atheists, doesn't feature any nativity at all, merely celebrating the secular Jesus Substitutes of Freedom and The Constitution.


The Atheists have taken full responsibility for the nativital vandalism, according to a selectively-edited quote from a news article on the incident:
"We’ve been ... trying to destroy Christmas, and that ... be ... the truth [, arrr, matey],” Rick Wingrove, the Virginia state director for American Atheists, told “There’s ... war on Christmas. If there were ... Christmas, I would have gotten a memo [from the Atheist Pirate King demanding my resignation for failing to prevent it. Arrr]."
This news has The Math Skeptic decidedly outraged. When will these Atheists and pasta-worshippers realize that the so-called "Freedom of Religion" guaranteed in the First Amendment applies to Christians only? Followers of incorrect faiths need to keep their big Jewish/Atheist/Muslim/Hundu/Zoroastrian/Jainist/Buddhist/Animist/Secular mouths shut from Thanksgiving through the New Year. The pagan traditions we stole to create Christmas are sacred, and other religions asserting their right to exist is nothing other than a brutal attack on Christmas.


Thursday, December 22, 2011

Another Proverbial Nail in the Proverbial Coffin of Climate Change

This morning, at exactly 12:30 am Eastern Standard Time, the worldwide "Climate Change" hoax came to a crashing halt.

Why? Because winter came. Again.

Despite the naysayers and alarmists and Al Gores of the world predicting the end of winter due to Global Warming, the winter solstice has yet again arrived on schedule.

The only possible conclusion we can draw from this is the obvious conclusion - so-called "climate change" is merely a hoax concocted by modern-day luddites to send us all back to the pre-technological era and turn the world into a steampunk utopia.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

New Hampshire Legislators Fight For Freedom

It's rare I see some good news from the National Center for Science Indoctrination. Usually it's a bunch of pro-evolutionist back-patting over their latest evolutionism victory. But today, the NCSE news is great indeed.

A courageous trio of New Hampshire state legislators in the New Hampshire state legislature have introduced legislation aiming to inject a bit of FREEDOM into the New Hampshire state school system.

House Bill 1457, introduced by District 7 Republican heroes Gary Hopper and John Burt, would help students learn the scientific method by introducing some much-needed reasonable doubt in the scientific method. The bill would:
[Require] science teachers to instruct pupils that proper scientific inquire [sic] results from not committing to any one theory or hypothesis, no matter how firmly it appears to be established, and that scientific and technological innovations based on new evidence can challenge accepted scientific theories or modes."

The second bill is even better. Introduced by District 17 legislator Jerry Bergevin, House Bill 1148 would introduce even more reasonable doubt into so-called "established" so-called "facts":
[Require] evolution to be taught in the public schools of this state as a theory, including the theorists' political and ideological viewpoints and their position on the concept of atheism."
Both bills represent a courageous and forthworthy stand against the culture of factism that has pervaded the American school system. By reinforcing the notion that facts are fluid and giving students the ability to selectively tune out of topics that conflict with their deeply-held beliefs, these bills will give New Hampshire students true academic freedom in their science classes.

The only problem with these bills is that they don't go far enough, only limiting themselves to science classes. What about other, equally controversial topics that are equally forced upon innocent students?

Students should also be taught that historical events, mathematical formulas, and grammatical rules are unproven theories that are prone to change at any time. What if some new discovery overturns the Pythagorean Theorem or negates the rule against ending a sentence with a preposition? And students should have the freedom to opt out of any subject based on the religious beliefs of its proponents, be it the Muslim inventors of algebra or the Hellenists who invented Greek mythology.

Students will only be free when they have the freedom to learn nothing.