Joe Klein, a columnist for Time Magazine, purposefully made incendiary remarks about atheists in his cover story about wounded warriors working through PTSD by helping those affected by the Oklahoma tornado disaster. Klein, wrote that as he worked with a veterans’ voluntary group, he noticed that there were no secular humanists groups giving assistance among the many Christian church groups, a fact that turned out to be completely false. As it turns out, volunteers from Oklahoma Atheists, Atheist Community of Tulsa, Lawton Area Secular Society, Norman Naturalism Group and Oklahoma State Secular Organization were all on the scene giving assistance with food and donations and organizing blood drives. In Klein’s defense, he might not have recognized the atheists since they don’t make a point of carrying big signs and insisting on saving people before they help those in need. Klein and Time Magazine have yet to issue an apology for their misrepresentation lending credence to the theory that their journalists are allowed to make stuff up if it helps their story. Funny, that is the same excuse Pat Robertson uses. I might be wrong, but I think the atheists are a little closer to heaven than anyone thought.