Daily Archives: April 2, 2016

Podcast #246 – Win Some, Lose Some vs RFRA

So-called Religious Freedom Restorations Acts are meeting with mixed success at the state level. RFRAs are ostensibly about protecting religious freedom, but they’re really just pandering to religious conservatives who want to discriminate against the hated gays (just like Jesus would have). … Continue reading

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April 2 in freethought history…

April 2, 1917 – Businessman and philanthropist Lloyd Morain, who served two terms (1951-1955, 1969-1972) as President of the American Humanist Association, is born in Pomona, California. With his wife Mary Morain, he was active in humanist and birth control causes. … Continue reading

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