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Was Einstein a Wife Beater, Womanizer, Plagiarizer, and Eugenicist? (Part I)

Albert Einstein on his wife Mileva: she “is and will forever remain for me an amputated limb. I will never again be close to her. I will finish my days far from her, feeling this is absolutely necessary.”

God and the Intellectuals (Part II)

Unfortunately, many brilliant minds have fallen into the trap of what I call intellectual perversity. Daniel Dennett declares that the universe “creates itself ex nihilo,” and that, he believes, is “the ultimate bootstrapping trick.”

Judaism: A Threat to Humanity

Judaism, like all of the “revealed”/hearsay man-made religions, breaks the people of the world down to “us versus them.”

It’s Really Quite Simple – It’s All About Love

Science will surely remain one-eyed and lacking in depth-perception until it acknowledges the equal validity of subjective, sensory and spiritual experience.

George Krasnow: A Tribute to American Patriot:In Memory of Joe...

On February 23, 2011, Joe Sobran, a prominent American journalist, syndicated columnist, and writer, would have turned 65. He did not live to see this day. He died on September 30, 2010. Below is my eulogy that originally appeared on the site of FGF last November.

History Revised, Teachers Sacked: The Book Wars in Texas and Beyond

It's been a brawl for years, this education culture war that seems to take on a particularly vicious turn in the heart of Texas. The latest and most important round, a drastic revision of the social studies curriculum standards to put a conservative spin on history and economics textbooks, was given preliminary approval after a series of heated meetings of the Texas Board of Education that didn't do much to improve the image of the nation's second largest state as a sometimes small-minded political and educational backwater.