These talking points are so easy, even a 14 year old moron can say them!

The key to spreading a message is to keep it simple, stupid. The reason is simple: most minds are only interested in confirming their pre-existing belief, and if your message requires a lot of introspection or even thinking, it's just not going to make it big. This might be one of the reasons why actually educating someone's position is infinitely more difficult. Brains dislike the hard work of coming to co ...

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Louisiana moving one step closer to educational black hole

In an effort to completely erode any social progress made in the past 100 years, Louisiana, eager to outdo North Carolina and Texas in the crazy department, has decided to undermine public schools by attempting to make education entirely privatized. This serves two roles: it ensures that all education is to eventually be a for-profit industry (your health care should be a good indicator of how successful th ...

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How to prevent an alien abduction

I know what you're thinking: "Jacob, how do I stop aliens from kidnapping me and constantly raping my poor anus with their probes?". Well, after searching long and hard (and by that I mean someone sent me a link), I think I've found the solution for you: build your own anti-spaceman helmet. If you visit StopAlienAbductions.com right now, you'll get a number of important tutorials on how to build a crappy lo ...

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Homophobic preacher defends “punch” your gay kid comments

A few weeks ago, Pastor Sean Harris learned two important lessons: 1) enticing any kind of child abuse publicly is a stupid idea because, 2) the Internet forgets nothing. So, with these important life lessons now firmly in mind, he's issued a non-apology for saying fathers should give their gay sons a "good punch" for acting like girls. "I was telling them in strong words that were not careful. What did I l ...

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Illinois conservatives defeat anti-bullying measure claiming it had a “gay agenda”

In light of homosexuality becoming more accepted in society, there are still those individuals who have a problem with the idea two people of the same sex can love each other. Of the few institutions that still harbor an intense hatred of gays, the most respected is religion, and this has meant the fight for civil rights has been pitted against "religious freedom". This tactic isn't new; Southern Baptists w ...

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Religious People keep getting atheism wrong

Every day, another religious mouthbreather with a keyboard attempts to find a way to argue the atheistic worldview is antithetical to the welfare of society. It's so painful to read these articles specifically because at no time do any of these morons ever come close to making a valid point. The latest frustration to hit my peepers is an article entitled "Atheists Get Religion All Wrong". This unidentified ...

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Orthodox Jews fear unlimited access to knowledge

Imagine holding a rally in a stadium to debate the invention of the printing press. You may as well do so now if you're an Ultra-Orthodox Jew, because apparently, holding one to 'discuss' their official stance on whether or not they should allow themselves to connect with anyone not sharing their limited worldview is growing. Give them credit for understanding the fact having access to unlimited information ...

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Waiting for Armageddon

There are days when I want to slap ignorant idiots in the mouth for believing in such dangerous nonsense. How otherwise smart people can believe in this kind of disaster porn is beyond me. It makes it seem as though the task of educating them to accept reality is a wasted effort. With that in mind, enjoy the following documentary entitled "Waiting for Armageddon", which chronicles the deadly beliefs of evan ...

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Back to podcasting this week / Mailbag show

After a month spent vagabonding across Canada (I'm currently in Prince-Albert Saskatchewan), I'm happy to announce this week TGA is back to our regular scheduled podcast. It was a hell of a stressful time, but having secured a modest apartment in Calgary with my beloved Carisa, we're now ready to kick-start this bitch into full gear. With that in mind, I thought it might be a good time to get some of you to ...

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The wrong kind of skepticism

If you care at all about the human race, it's a moral imperative to detest anti-vaxxers. Here is a group of people desperately trying to undermine what is undoubtedly the most important medical revolution in modern history. The introduction of vaccination has saved countless lives, but because the benefit of vaccinations aren't directly observable, there are still those who refuse to accept their efficacy, ...

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