also worth a look.
Obselete it may be, it is certainly good at calling attention to folly in public life.
The atheist principles are quite well hidden, too (which is a good thing, as this post only exposes its author's ignorance regarding religions).
I have been reminded by recent travels that it is a wonderful freedom to cherish that we can examine opposing opinions (relatively) openly in this country. And how often we discover that monumental positions and generalisations hide the fact that there are surprising (and maybe shifting) areas of agreement between those whose labels make them opponents.