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Secularizing Religious Patriotism

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Secularizing Religious Patriotism

Humans use a variety of mediums to express thoughts, ideas, messages, and a variety of other things.  Music is one that every culture across the globe relates to.  Catchy tunes help us remember the message, which is why commercial jingles … Continue reading

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

A new ‘monograph’ by Don Snider and Al Shine has been published through the Army War College. This monograph proposes to review the role of personal beliefs (And expressions thereof) in the professional military ethic. More specifically, the authors analyze … Continue reading

Profile: Navy RP Todd Kregel, Atheist Chaplain Assistant

Profile: Navy RP Todd Kregel, Atheist Chaplain Assistant

The MAAF membership includes a number of chaplain assistants. While the chaplaincy has not embraced humanists and other nontheists, we are working among chaplains already, and this is one story. My name is Todd Kregel, and I am an atheist … Continue reading

Religious Accommodation Expands Beyond Christianity

Religious Accommodation Expands Beyond Christianity

The Department of Defense has published an updated regulation on religious accommodation (see text: DoDI 1300.17). They represent a thorough and thoughtful effort to manage post-DOMA strife caused by some who continue to oppose all lesbian and gay rights. It is … Continue reading

Profile: Airman Taylor Grin

Profile: Airman Taylor Grin

guest post by Airman Taylor Grin When I enlisted in the Air Force, one of my chief concerns was how I would be treated as an atheist. After I swore in, one of the first things I did was sign … Continue reading