Canadian, liberal, atheist, my dearest belief is that I'm "anti-punishment." That is what I most like to talk about, seems the most important topic there is, to me.
I'm a middle-aged family man, had a few kids in my thirties, they're still here.
Been attending forums like this since maybe, Summer, 2010. Intellectually, I'm kind of a one trick pony. All I know and care about is raising my kids, well, having raised my kids, in a very liberal, absolutely non-punishing way. I've dabbled in psychology, reading it, that is.
I've read quite a few classic novels, I live for comedy TV and movies.
I think I bring some personal honesty. When I've been an idiot and I actually realize it, I won't get my back up, I don't need to be right all the time. Being an idiot has been my worst fear for much of my life - but I'm getting used to the idea. Shit happens.
Good to meet ya.
Update, January 2013:
Tending more to actively opposing religion. I'm starting to see it as the source of the punishing behaviour I'm fighting. Secular government, secular education, is very much under attack these days.