Podcast #26 – Sarah Palin

In your face, Hillary!First up, what does the selection of Sarah Palin for the Republican presidential ticket mean for the cause of secular government in America? (Spoiler Alert: It won’t be good.)

Next, we offer a wrap-up of the extremely successful Skeptics Track at this year’s Dragon*Con.  If you were in attendance, send an email to dragoncon@dragoncon.org and let them know what a fantastic job Track Director Derek Colanduno did.

Plus: A special, super-secret guest panelist joins us for the first (and hopefully not the last) time!


A call for listener input! We’re thinking of doing a show about the challenges atheists face in relationships, particularly in families with a mix of atheists and believers.  Send your stories to contact@americanfreethought.com (attach voice files in mp3 or wav format).  If you don’t know how to make a voice file, we can offer some assistance.  No deadline, but the sooner the better.

David will be at the Atheist Alliance International convention in Long Beach, CA, Sept 25-28 [AtheistAlliance.org].

If you like science fiction, check out John’s SciFiDimensions Podcast [SciFiDimensions.com/podcast].

David’s Secular Nation Podcast [AtheistAlliance.org/podcast] has new episodes.

Join us for discussion at the American Freethought Yahoo Group [link].

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Send feedback to contact@americanfreethought.com – attach voicemail in mp3 or wav format.

Music by Body Found [brickhouse-acoustics.com].

Recorded 09/07/2008.  Hosted by John C. Snider and David Driscoll.

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