challenging religious privilege in public life



Therapies that Target the Aging Processes are in Human Trials Now

A number of therapies that directly target the aging processes are currently in human trials and could change medicine significantly in the next decade.

A short travel into the struggles that won us the freedom from religion

Separation of church and state was locked into the First Amendment of America’s Bill of Rights.

The Urge to Radical Life Extension

There is a continued role for those who loudly declaim that the goal is to control ageing absolutely.

Predicted Changes Have Come True for the Worst

In the US we have over 300 million people crowded into systems which are becoming increasingly dysfunctional for the average citizen.

Activism for Longevity

There is now an emerging international social advocacy movement dedicated to extend healthy period of life.

Let’s be clear: There is no moderate position among Republicans who would force women to give birth

There is nothing moderate about telling any woman that she has to give up her body to the demands of the state.

A Glorious Future

Humans are not an end, but a beginning. They need not fear imaginary gods, but need instead to create minds more powerful than the gods.

The Real Threat of Artificial Intelligence

We are going to have to start thinking about how to minimize the looming A.I.-fueled gap between the haves and the have-nots.

Debunking the Right’s Abortion Lies: 6 Anti-Choice Abortion Myths

Anti-choicers insist that abortion is misogyny and women suffer immensely after aborting their fetuses. They’re the real good guys, they say.

Opus Dei’s Influence on the U.S. Judiciary

When John Roberts was nominated for the Court, Opus Dei’s Austin Ruse said his fellow conservative Catholics could "breathe easy".