Anti-Defamation League Condemns Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

From the official ADL website: New York, NY, April 29, 2008 ‚Ķ The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today issued the following statement regarding the controversial film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. The film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed misappropriates the Holocaust and its imagery as a part of its political effort to discredit the scientific community which rejects … Continue reading

So, I was Expelled from a Pro-Expelled Blog…

Initially, I wasn’t going to post on this out of consideration for the blogger that took my posts down – or didn’t let them go through in the first place. But given the importance of the issue, the fact that I know that I am not the only one who has been silenced in this … Continue reading

Paul Kurtz, Center For Inquiry: Expelled is anti-science propaganda and anti-intellectualism at its worst

As a member of the Center For Inquiry, the world’s leading secular and rationalist¬†advocacy organization, I received the following message in an email from CFI today: CFI’s Paul Kurtz Joins the Chorus of Critics Dismissing Ben Stein’s “Expelled” as Anti-Science Propaganda Paul Kurtz, founder and chairman of the Center for Inquiry, has called the new … Continue reading

Expelled Exposed: National Center for Science Education review of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed NOW AVAILABLE

Cult of Scientology propagandizing Quebec

Cult of Scientology anti-Psychiatry front group the (euphemistically named) Commission of Concerned Citizens for Human Rights has sent pamphlets to the homes of Quebeckers making ridiculous slanderous claims such as that attention deficit disorder is a fiction concocted by psychiatrists in order to make money. These pamphlets do not specify the fact that the CCHR … Continue reading


Expelled promoters lie…Who woulda thought?

John M. Lynch of ScienceBlogs blog Stranger Fruit was sent an email from the promoters of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed telling him that a local pre-screening of the crocumentary had been canceled. It was not canceled. Interestingly, the email about the “cancelation” was sent to only 29% of those who received the initial invitation, with … Continue reading

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Michael Schmidt-Salomon’s new anti-religion children’s book: A true embarrassment

Michael Schmidt-Salomon and illustrator Helge Nyncke’s new children’s book Wo bitte geht’s zu Gott?, fraqte das kleine Ferkel (which roughly translates to How Do I Get to God, Asked the Small Piglet) currently holds top spot on Amazon in Germany. From what I have seen of it, it is also a boatload of disingenuous unreasonably … Continue reading