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Comment by Mike O’Brien, SHIC Vice President (April 19, 2007) See the comment here.
You may recall that last year the President of our group was vilified in the Calgary Herald for having had the gall to suggest that taxpayers should not be paying for a religious display in the City Hall Atrium. When asked if the practice would continue this year the office of the mayor sent a letter which may be light-hearted and humourous — or disrespectful. What do you think? See the letter here. Let your alderman or newspaper editor know how you feel about this.
Robert G. Ingersoll’s famous vow.
The Creed of Henry Louis Mencken (1880 – 1956).
A collection of quotes acquired by Eric.
A report of the “Does God Exist?” debate at Missoula, Montana
Our first official article: the Declaration of Humanist Principles.
Desktop wallpaper. Designed for a 800×600 windows desktop… enjoy!
Dr. Roger Gibbins’ address to SHIC on November 11 2003.
Speaking of letters to the editor… The final rumblings of the nativity fiasco were felt in the FFwd in January. Eric finally managed to get a word in edgewise. Read about it here.
Okay everyone! It is finally complete! Both Pat and Eric went to James Randi’s Amazing Meeting 2. Here is their long awaited report on the event: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and the wrap up. I hope you all enjoy it.
Eric takes a trip to the fringes of science itself.
Straight from Activism 101, Glenn Hardie talks about how to write letters to the editor.