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A Week Of Terror In Review

It’s been a rough week for America.  Terrorism, explosions and an inept Washington all fueling a sense of despair in the country.  With the corporate owned mainstream media once again spitting on the time honored profession of journalism, more concerned with being the first to break a story by seconds than with getting it accurate, one needs … Continue reading A Week Of Terror In Review

Tackling David Hume’s Is–ought Problem

David Hume’s Is-ought problem is often brought forth by William Lane Craig, and other theists when debating atheists. Sam Harris introduced morality back into the spectrum of conversation concerning science and morality.  For centuries philosophers and scientists gave this ground to theists, standing by the premise that science can teach us how to obtain what … Continue reading Tackling David Hume’s Is–ought Problem