Monthly Archives: August 2012

Podcast #158 – Endowed by Our Creator

We interview Michael Meyerson, author of Endowed by Our Creator: The Birth of Religious Freedom in America, an analysis of church-and-state from Colonial times through the presidency of James Madison. For more information visit For the full show notes … Continue reading

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Podcast #157 – Paul Ryan for VP

Mitt Romney has picked Congressman Paul Ryan as his Vice Presidential running mate. Will this have any effect on secular voters? Interesting that Ryan until very recently embraced the libertarian teachings of Ayn Rand, which he now condemns as an … Continue reading

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Star Party! Star Party! Star Party!

Folks, the now-traditional pre-Dragon*Con Atlanta Skeptics STAR PARTY still has a few tickets available. Hobnob with astrono-skeptical luminaries Phil Plait and Nicole Guggliuci and musical artistes George Hrab and Marian Call. If weather permits, there’ll be rooftop stargazing. This year … Continue reading

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We have a Dragon*Con time slot!

For those of you coming to Dragon*Con in four weeks, there’ll be an American Freethought Podcast live at 2:30PM Saturday, September 1st, at the Skeptrack. This will be the FIFTH year in a row we’ve presented: both David and I … Continue reading

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Podcast #156 – Jass Richards (The Blasphemy Tour)

We interview comic Jass Richards, author of The Blasphemy Tour (paperback or Kindle). For more about Jass and her book visit For the full show notes and to listen to this episode click here.

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An Introduction to Humanism

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