I write this on International Pizza Day, so I wish you a Happy IPD, and a tasty pie made just the way you like it. We’re sad not to be celebrating in the usual way, i.e., the one described in How to Start Your Own Holiday. Also, please enjoy this essay I wrote about prayer… Continue reading Praying, But Not to God
By me, for The Washington Post. Read the rest here. Read the rest here.
I’m not saying he is. I’m just asking him not to. Check it out at The Washington Post. Read the rest at The Washington Post.
The most recent ruling on whether it’s constitutional to have “In God We Trust” as our national motto came in late August, from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. You can read it if you want, but I should warn you, the plaintiff list alone will make your eyes glaze over: New Doe Child #1;… Continue reading Precedent
The week before Adam’s official swearing in, the other members of the Town Board fondly ribbed him about taking the oath. They knew his wife was an atheist, and someone quipped that when I held the Bible for him to swear on it would burst into flames. Adam doesn’t mind being teased, but the joking did… Continue reading The Radical Fairness of Opting In