Why All the Whoop-de-doo?December 10, 2019 ·
Two articles of impeachment. Pfft, that’s nothing. The Morning Heresy has LOTS more articles than that, like, every damn day! [Puts hand to ear.] I’m being told that this is a different use of the word “articles.” I’ll have to get back to you. The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has released a report …
Polio Fanciers and Plague EnthusiastsDecember 9, 2019 ·
The New York Times profiles Rose Mackenberg, early-twentieth-century skeptical paranormal investigator and Houdini collaborator: Mackenberg investigated more than 300 psychics and seers in the two years she worked for Houdini and many more after that. In a career that lasted decades and led her to testify before Congress, she proved to be quick-witted, adept with …
Yes Virginia, We Still Have A Library …December 9, 2019 ·
One program of the Center for Inquiry (CFI) you may or may not be aware of is the Center for Inquiry Libraries (http://www.cfilibraries.org/). While being around (formally) since 1995 and having world-class collections in skepticism, humanism, freethought, atheism, the occult, and the paranormal, the Libraries are more of a “behind the scenes” program at CFI. …
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