This week we have a big announcement. We're not just creating two email discussion lists for secular leaders, for the US and global affairs.
We're then using it to plan three big projects that haven't been announced yet! Together we'll support and accelerate your ideas, too.
Also, find ISIS's Achilles' heels (they have two), and learn where secular voters have great impact, though a US Supreme Court judge doesn't like it, not one bit!
Democracy evolves and so do cooking traditions, and a coalition member promotes an alternative to Christmas trees and the 18th century great thinker, Thomas Paine.
Edwina Rogers, CEO
Secular Policy Institute
Do you have a great idea and want to share it with the secular community's top leaders?
Or great passion and want a sneak peek at secular movement's future? Then the SPI discussion list is for you!
In this week's original analysis, secular voters have surprising size and influence!
Jordan presents our role in the vital early moments of the US presidential race.
In this week's report, ISIS has two Achilles' heels, according to SPI fellow Amatzia Baram.
And SPI fellow Patrik Lindenfors shows that evolution is not just for animals anymore!
Coalition member The Freethought Society has a special tree for town halls displaying Christmas Trees.
They fight the Boy Scouts, promote an 18th century pioneer of rational thinking...
The US Supreme Court is not accountable to anyone, which allows them to follow their true consciences.
But it also allows them to say, "Shut Up If You're Not Christian"!