Half of “libertarians” don’t even know why they’re libertarians. The other half are terrorist anarchist. They have worse messaging techniques than conservative politicians, and are even more confused than the drones who voted for oblamey and Drumpf.
I feel that the Constitution party is better and they have candidates already.
[-3] May 5, 2016 at 12:55am
To which it is trivial to mention that the 14th Amendment’s equal protection of law clause makes this an issue that the Constitution has entrusted to the federal government, meaning the 10th Amendment’s reservation to the States moot.
 May 4, 2016 at 1:00pm
Matters not at all. The GA legislature is fully prepared to override the veto next session.
 May 4, 2016 at 12:56pm
I somehow doubt that seeing the court jesters and carnival barkers of the religionist set hawking their snake oil along the roadside as they proceed to the Reason Rally is going to be all that big a surprise for Atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, and secularists.
Just as unsurprising as seeing atheist, secularist and various other deniers at public nativity scenes.
After seeing the arrogance that most atheists seem to project toward those of faith, I would bet that they'd be very surprised.
Court jesters and carnival barkers? Is there a Gay Pride Parade in DC on June 4 also?
I think they will rather enjoy it.
I bet you can't see the lack of logic in your post. So here it is: you compare the "religionist set" with "freethinkers," suggesting that a freethinking could not lead someone to a conclusion that a religion is true. Can you logically prove that?
May 3, 2016 at 10:14pm
Watch out for Reevers.
No, you can’t kill me with your brain.
 May 3, 2016 at 9:59pm
The Moon isn’t massive enough to hold onto an atmosphere. It’s the same reason terraforming Mars is a fool’s errand. Unless we find some godlike, Star Trekian power to artificially increase the gravity on Mars, any human-breathable atmosphere with which we gift it will just drain away to interplanetary space just like its primordial one did.
Men in ladies rooms is not exactly the sanest approach, princess butter cups.
Re: " As long as he still identified as a she, she'd still be welcome in the lady's room in any sane society. "
Which do you mean... H. or T.?
You really should be more clear.
A while ago I asked Lesbian Packer whether she'd date a man who believed he's a woman. I asked this question after she asserted that these men are actually women. She being a lesbian (as her name attests to)...in theory shouldn't have a problem dating one since she's attracted to women. Right? I asked this also after Lesbian Packer said she knows a lot of transexuals.
She told me she would but just has never been attracted to one (anyone surprised? Anyone? Beuller?). She went on to say that she's only really attracted to feminine women. Funny how she's found a deficiency of femininity in transsexual men?
In a sane society...that's called hypocrisy....
 May 3, 2016 at 3:47pm
Since when have proper science and scientific truth not been in the world’s interest, Bill Nye, MSME?