Josiah M. Hesse
Movies like 'The Conjuring' and 'Ouija' act as mouthpieces for Christianity, and have deeper intentions than just surface-level scares.
Considering that the holiday wasn't even developed until centuries after Jesus's death—and has been protested by Christians as often as atheists—it's difficult to know how J.C. would feel about his birthday bonanza.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
The tragic mass shooting at an historic black church in Charleston fits an all-too-familiar pattern in modern America where the most entrenched class is prone to violence.
In Colorado, the state legislature and ACLU chapter have pioneered legislation and new technology to expand citizens' ability to film cops. But will that lead to fewer brutality incidents?
Technology has been both a help and a massive hindrance to the blind community.
There is something seriously unsettling about the way the public gleefully ridicules the psychotic behavior of people like Gary Busey, Scott Stapp, and Randy Quaid. It says a lot more about us than it does them.
From the ages of 17 to 19, I believed that God had cursed me with a swollen left testicle that was the size and shape of a large pear.
I am physically scared of it and it's fucking everywhere.
An Iowa tourist attraction got extra weird earlier this month when a paranormal investigation turned mysteriously violent.
A School Board member's proposal to limit the teaching of "civil disorder' backfired horribly.
Shepherding miserable creatures across the US was a nightmare.