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These charts were all made from surveys done by the UCLA Higher Education Research Institute. Since 1971, they have been surveying incoming college freshmen on a variety of subjects -- and one of those subjects is religion. Note that since 1971 the p...

In the ever-widening world of PC word taboos, there is "punching down", as in one should not "punch down" (i.e. verbally attack or make fun of folk who are less privileged or empowered than oneself). It sees to have originally started in the field of...

I’ve got no problem with the average Muslim – but stuff like this raises serious questions as to whether Islam as practiced today constitutes a violation of international human rights norms. On Tuesday morning, Saudi newspapers reported that the...

If the results of this survey is close to right, and I believe it is, then the Republican base has a lot of very scary people in it. The survey is from Public Policy Polling, and was done between February 20th and 22nd of a random national sample of...

With Headscarf Case, Supreme Court Could Make Discrimination Even Easier By Guest Author R. Scott Oswald Imagine you're a store owner who's interviewing three finalists for a sales job. All are equally qualified-but two need a little flexibility. Dan...

Here's an excellent, rambling PKD riff on the relationship of Disneyland to science fiction (and Episcopalianism) and what is, and is not, real. Read the rest...

The chart above was made using 2012 numbers. Those numbers may be slightly higher in 2015 -- since the trend for decades now has been an increase in the number of non-religious people. This group includes atheists, skeptics, agnostics, and some who s...