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We interview Carlos Diaz, the new president of Atheist Alliance International. Carlos talks about the latest developments with AAI, including the Atheist Census initiative. Plus: President Obama picks a more liberal minister to deliver the benediction at his second inaugural. … Continue reading
Happy New Year!Â We kick off 2010 by interviewing Stuart Bechman, president of Atheist Alliance International (AtheistAlliance.org).Â AAI is planning its first-ever Australian convention in Melbourne on March 12-14, 2010.Â For details visit AtheistConvention.org.au–tickets are going fast!
We like to rag on Huffington Post over their fetish for complementary and alternative medicine, but let’s give credit where credit’s due.Â HuffPo’s Landon Ross was at the recent Atheist Alliance International convention in Burbank, CA.Â He provides a good … Continue reading
David gives us his second and final report from the Atheist Alliance International 2009 Convention, October 2-4 in Los Angeles (Burbank, actually), CA.Â Another great line-up of speakers, including Lawrence Krauss, Carolyn Porco, Daniel Dennett and Richard Dawkins.Â Plus: Find … Continue reading
David reports on Day One of the Atheist Alliance International 2009 Convention, October 2-4 in Los Angeles (Burbank, actually), CA.Â It’s an A-list of celebrity speakers.Â And there’s a minor controversy over the awarding of this year’s Richard Dawkins Award … Continue reading
David Driscoll gives a wrap-up on the 14th annual Atheist Alliance International convention in Long Beach, California, including his descriptions of presentations by Julia Sweeney, PZ Myers, Eddie Tabash, Michael Shermer and Michael Newdow.Â Details on the convention can be … Continue reading
David Driscoll reports (almost) live from the 14th annual Atheist Alliance International convention in Long Beach, California.Â Details on the convention – including the opportunity to watch it from home via live streaming – can be found here [link].