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Dealing With Organ Shortages In The US

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 18, 2014

Here in the United States, every two hours three people die while waiting for a kidney transplant. The list of donors doesn’t even come close to fulfilling the amount of people currently on waiting lists for a new one. A disturbing fact I found is that 84% of the…Read More

The Rising Popularity Of Atheism In America

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 16, 2014

More and more people in the United States are shedding their faith of fairy tales and embracing a life of atheism and I for one couldn’t be happier about it. After all religion is responsible for some of the most horrific acts of violence the planet has ever…Read More

Tesla Motors Being Screwed By State Governments

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 15, 2014

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is finding himself trapped in a struggle as he looks to revolutionize the auto industry in a similar fashion as Preston Tucker looked to do over 60 years ago. The difference? As Tucker was up against the big automakers of the time, Musk…Read More

Glenn Ford Exonerated After 30 Years On Death Row

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 14, 2014

Imagine spending 3 decades of your life locked in a small prison cell sitting on death row where your life is literally on the line all for something you didn’t do. That was the unfortunate position of Louisiana resident Glenn Ford. Mr. Ford was sentenced to…Read More

Cosmos A Spacetime Odyssey Makes Triumphant Return

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 11, 2014 | One Comment

30 years after the original debut of Cosmos it returns! It’s hard to keep a concept as good as Carl Sagan’s original “Cosmos” off of primetime television, and after a long hiatus, like the Phoenix, Cosmos has risen again. This new version of the show, hosted by…Read More

Are Zoos And Aquariums Necessary In Modern Times?

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Zoos serve more purpose than just entertainment. A close friend of mine is the type of person that lives his life to serve animals. He worked for a number of years as a zookeeper and now works for the city animal control department. I respect his service and…Read More

Science On The Verge of Eradicating HIV & AIDS

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 6, 2014

20 years ago on March the 4th, my uncle Steven Munzenrider succumbed to his battle with AIDS. It was about 2 years from the time he was diagnosed to the time he passed away. I was 16 years old at the time, and about a week before he passed, I traveled…Read More

It’s Time To Debunk Astrology & Horoscopes

By: Chris Munzenrider | March 1, 2014

Sometimes smart people fall for old school tricks. The idea of knowing your future is a powerful thing. Who in their right mind wouldn’t want to know what lies ahead for them in life, relationships, in work, and more? When making an important life decision…Read More

Arizona Dodges Bullet and Vetoes Discrimination Bill

By: Shelby Hawkins | February 27, 2014

Arizona, state of the Grand Canyon, endless summer days, and where wide roads and narrow minds coincide. Once again playing into the stereotype of being a gun toting, immigrant hating, overly conservative playground for the culturally ignorant…Read More

New York And Its Twisted Views On Gun Control

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 24, 2014

New York is the most regulated city in the USA. What was once considered the crown jewel city in America has now become the biggest joke in the nation. If you are the type that loves government over-regulating and sticking their thumb into just about every facet…Read More

10 Highly Influential Atheists In Hollywood

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 22, 2014 | 3 Comments

These actors don’t mind speaking the truth. There are many great atheists out there that speak their mind such as Richard Dawkins, Michael Shermer, and Stephen Hawking, but none of them have quite as much influence over the mainstream public as the…Read More