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July 2012: The fourth issue is out!

March 2012: Copies of the magazine found their way around the Reason Rally in Washington, D.C.

January 2012: The third issue is out!

Oct. 7, 2011: Rick Perry addressed the 2011 Values Voter Summit: "We can rebuild our nation on the solid foundation of truth, rather than the shifting sands of moral relativism."

Aug. 15, 2011: Following a week that saw rioting and looting in London that has not yet stopped, British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech that blamed moral relativism for the crowd's behavior. He said, "this moral neutrality, this relativism its not going to cut it any more....Do we have the determination to confront the slow-motion moral collapse that has taken place in parts of our country these past few generations?" Numerous newspaper columnists had previously blamed "moral relativism" for the riots.

Aug. 6, 2011: Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) led the prayer rally he organized, called "The Response," in Houston. A judge had rejected a lawsuit by the Freedom From Religion Foundation which sought to prevent Perry from attending. Before an audience of about 30,000 people, Perry cited the economic crisis, terrorism, natural disasters and moral relativism as modern American challenges. At a Republican political rally held the same day in Tiffin, Iowa, Michigan U.S. Rep Thaddeus McCotter stood before a crowd of 400 and cited his own version of the four challenges: a globalized economy, terrorism, China, and moral relativism.

July 2011: The second issue has been announced on a PRWeb release.

April 2011:
- Follow Piotr Wesolowski, author of Tragedy of the Man with a Cello, on Hubpages
- Moral Relativism Magazine had a table at the American Humanist Association conference in Cambridge, Mass.

March 2011: Jon Stogner is our cover artist for the forthcoming second issue! Check out his work at the Spikedriver Arts Collective Online.

January 2011: The first issue has been announced on a PRWeb release.