I love the blog Bad Astronomy. Phil Plait serves up awesome space pictures and videos, as well as pointing out and explaining things scientific that the media either ignores or gets wrong. Whenever some big science story is breaking, Bad Astronomy is usually my first stop. Today for example I went there to see if he had chimed in yet on the latest news about the unfortunately nicknamed Higgs Boson (the "god particle"). Sadly, he has not, although, I think that is probably because there has not been enough news yet.
Anyhow, once I saw that there was nothing new on the Boson there, decided to peruse the other entries. I came across one about holiday giving. I was not happy to see this link on the Bad Astronomy page. Don't get me wrong, I am happy that I know. I am just upset because I usually drop a few bucks in the Salvation Army's buckets each year while I am shopping. I hate to think that I have been supporting a charity for most of my life that openly discriminates against gays. I guess I shouldn't be surprised, and perhaps I had been a bit naive. At any rate, I will not be dropping any cash into any red buckets this holiday season unless it is part of a drinking game.
P.S. Bad Astronomy also has a list of charities that skeptics and atheists would find much more appealing.