TGA Podcast: Episode 311

This week, part 2 of our "History of Scientology" podcast. Ryan joins me as we talk about Miscaviage's weird obsessions, Cardinal Cruise and his helm of Charisma, and why Indiana Jones is a murderer. - 62 of 157 reported zero book sales - Website by Mike Rinder criticizing the pyramid scheme of Orgs - Scientology members leaving because of pressure of over-regging (over taxing) - The incredible amount of wa ...

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For the last time, Atheism is not a religion

Religious people just don't get it, do they? They think when we talk about the belief in God we are in fact acknowledging 'his' existence, and that our own struggle against the brutalizing influence of religion is itself a kind of faith. It's enough to make your head want to burst. Especially frustrating are these kind of lazy atheist hit pieces; brave articles that refuse to allow a comment section out of ...

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Truther mockumentary will make make your sides hurt

For every horrible piece of shit conspiracy theory video made by some asshole in his basement, I present to you the panacea: Luke's Change: An Inside Job. Now, if you will excuse me, I have an appointment with my doctor, for my body is now split in half due to excessive laughter. Watch at your own risk, fool! ...

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Marco Rubio doesn’t know what a bigot is

Lying is thirsty work, don't you know! The problem with most bigots is they have no idea what being a bigot entails. When you're spoon-fed a bunch of bullshit lies your entire life that one can 'respect' a human being while still denying them the same rights as you, you're bound to be confused when everyone is constantly pointing out that the things you say and do are unacceptable. Man, that must get annoyi ...

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New Pope elected..and surprise, he’s also a bigot

After the first day of indecision, an old, antiquated bunch of clowns dressed in silly costumes finally elected their new infallible leader: Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Argentina. His new name, Francis the First, is in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, the guy who renounced wealth in order to feel more connected to the poor. Now you might think it's a little ironic that a man sitting on 50 billion dol ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 310

This week, Ryan joins me for a very special 2 part episode about Scientology. First up, we discuss the early history of the church, some of its scandals, and the way it operates. We also discuss what the different elements of a cult are, and I try to break Scientology down with it. Don't miss this one! ...

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Kansas City atheists barred from participating in St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Normally when you think of St. Patrick's Day, images of green beer, girls in t-shirts that say "kiss me, I'm Irish", and drunken revelers usually pop into your head. Over the decades since we've been 'observing' these liver destroying traditions, the religious elements of the holiday have generally fallen to the wayside, replaced instead with a party to celebrate the fact that Irish people exist. Hey, I'm p ...

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Another stupid Ark being built, this time in Texas

They say everything is bigger in Texas: this probably also applies to the insanity of the populace there. How else can you explain this church deciding to build their own version of Noah's Ark at the cost of a cool 5 million bucks? You might recall that there's a similar project out of Florida that's been trying to get funding from Kickstarter. After almost a month, they've managed to snag an impressive $52 ...

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Lawrence Krauss walks out of UCL debate over segregation of sexes

During a scheduled debate between Lawrence Krauss and Muslim apologist Hamza Andreas Tzortzis (he's the clown I spanked a few days ago over his supposed arguments for God), a fundamentalist group called the "Islamic Education and Research Academy" forced the students to segregate themselves according to their sex. A few students, who had decided not to observe this ridiculous custom, were being ejected for ...

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For Canada’s “Office of Religious Freedom”, non-believers don’t matter

As much as we Canadians make fun of Americans (yes, I am a Canuck, people), the truth is that our own country isn't really that much better when it comes to religious interference in government. With the Conservative party in power, it seems as though they are intent on copying the American model: in other words, they wish to turn this country into a mini-sectarian state in order to please their highly reli ...

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