Defending Blasphemy

June 18, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

The Center for Inquiry has just announced a new campaign to help defend free speech–particularly speech critical of religion–from suppression.  The Campaign for Free Expression includes a website designed as a forum to report and monitor censorship.   The site also publishes the kind of religious (and political) criticism likely to find itself censored.

http://www.centerforinquiry.net/newsroom/center_for_inquiry_launches_campaign_for_free_expression/

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Category: Censorship, Civil Rights, Religion, Web Site

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Stacy Kennedy was born and raised in Southern California and currently lives in Los Angeles, two blocks from MacArthur Park. She is a secular humanist, a skeptic, and an atheist with pantheistic sympathies. She tells people that she is a writer.

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  1. Nietzsche says:

    This is very FUNNY because…………… You can't Blaspheme something doesn't existed, and NEVER did EXIST!!!!! So blasphmemy is just another figment of the believers' Imaginations!

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