The Skeptical Teacher

Musings of a science teacher & skeptic in an age of woo.

Celebrate the JREF’s Season of Reason

Posted by mattusmaximus on November 30, 2010

This time of year it seems that just about everyone celebrates some kind of holiday.  Some are explicitly religious in nature, such as Christmas or Hanukkah, while some secular holidays are being celebrated at about the same time.  It is in the spirit (pardon the pun) of furthering critical thinking & skepticism among the population at large that I share with you the JREF’s annual Season of Reason initiative. Whether you are religious or not, I think we can all agree that reason is something we need more of in our society, so I hope that you consider donating to this worthy cause…

Season of Reason 2010: The JREF’s Bright Future

The James Randi Educational Foundation is proud to announce its annual fundraising campaign running from November 15, 2010 through January 15, 2011.

Last year’s Season of Reason campaign raised thousands of dollars, which was used to help establish the JREF’s new Education Department and get a number of new programs off the ground. This year, we’re asking you to help us raise $100,000 to support the further development of the educational programs that will be the backbone of the JREF’s work in 2011. Such support helps the JREF to continue to extend the important work of James Randi, influential skeptic and social critic who has for decades stood against the prevailing cults of nonsense and supernatural charlatans of every stripe. …

… Donate today to help us reach our goal!

2 Responses to “Celebrate the JREF’s Season of Reason”

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Blue Wode, Matt Lowry. Matt Lowry said: Celebrate the JREF’s Season of Reason – http://tinyurl.com/2dq6zqo […]

  2. Peter Pants said

    This dude only wants your money. He’s just like the people he criticizes which makes him a hypocrite. I saw his video then went to his site and the 1st thing I noticed was a big sign saying ‘Donate’. Give me an f*ing break!
    He openly admits he masters the art of deception so why should anyone be surprised when he turns out to be a scumbag.

    I for one am not going to be fooled by this idiot. What about the rest of you smucks?

    Peter Pan.

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