Originally Aired: 12-17-2018 A discussion about the role of language in our society and how it is used without the religious undertones that are infused within it.
Originally Aired: 12-3-2017 A discussion with Bay Area local activist and community leader Sharon Golden of the Alameda Island Cannabis Community.
Originally Aired: 9-24-2017 Celebrate my new favorite holiday, a day devoted to the freedom of speech and religion. A day that should not go without a well-placed insult toward your favorite fairy tale.
Originally Aired: 9-17-2017 One of the more reliable aspects of religion is the way it treats women in society yet a large number of women are not only believers but actively spreading the word of their respective religions. This discussion […]
Originally Aired: 9-10-2017 I go through why it’s a good idea to force religious organizations to at least fill out the paperwork so we know where the money is going. A matter of financial and societal importance.
Originally Aired 8-20-2017 In this episode, I discuss the argument concerning the supposed connection between Christianity and the founding principles of the United States. Quotes “If I could conceive that the general government might ever be so administered as to […]
Originally Aired: 8-13-2017 Here is the first show of Talk Like An Atheist, see the song list below. I felt it important to start with the most relevant thing people can do as atheists, and that is to come out […]
By: B.W. Ellis One of the things that capture the imagination about politics is how thoughts and ideas can be turned into life altering realities over both short and long time spans. It’s more than a little scary […]
By: B. W. Ellis The Democratic Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this July is a wonderful opportunity for many things. It’s a place to meet others of like mind and to convince still more of a different perspective to alter their […]
By:B.W.Ellis For the purposes of this discussion the personal confessional preferences of the now brutally slaughtered cartoonists, journalists, and staff of the Paris based Charlie Hebdo magazine is irrelevant. For the sake of their profession, these cartoonists and journalists were […]