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May 14 in freethought history…

Online Pills Buy Viagra Usa May 14, 1940 – Anarchist and atheist activist Emma Goldman dies in Toronto, Canada, aged 70. Born in Russia in 1869, she emigrated to American in 1885. She wrote, “The philosophy of Atheism represents a concept of life without any … Continue reading

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May 10 in freethought history…

http://cfmim.com/?pill=Generic-Levitra-40mg-100mg&bc2=08 May 10, 1872 - Victoria Woodhull, advocate for “free love” and women’s rights, becomes the first female candidate (representing the Equal Rights Party) for President of the United States. Sorry, Hillary. May 10, 1967 – Author and documentarian Jon Ronson is … Continue reading

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April 22 in freethought history…

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March 29 in freethought history…

http://2sl.com.au/?clid=kamagra-kaufen-indian&1a9=cd March 29, 1824 - Philosopher and physiologist Ludwig Büchner is born in Darmstadt, Germany. He was a foremost German proponent of Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theories, and published a number of scientific books in which he vehemently advocated an extreme materialist view (which … Continue reading

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March 24 in freethought history…

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March 4 in freethought history…

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December 21 in freethought history…

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December 13 in freethought history…

http://uie.dk/?swq=How-Do-You-Feel-Coming-Off-Zoloft&d85=ca December 13, 1512 - Herman of Rijswijk is burned at the stake for heresy at the Hague, Netherlands. He rejected several dogmas of Christianity, including the afterlife, and the miracles/divinity of Jesus. December 13, 1941 – Entertainer John Davidson is born … Continue reading

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December 12 in freethought history…

http://spotliteme.com/?eq=voltaren-gel-side-effects-liver&5b6=83 December 12, 1896 – Freethought activists and lecturers Samuel Porter Putnam and May Collins are found dead in her hotel room in Boston, apparently of gaslight asphyxiation. Both were found on the floor, fully clothed. Putnam was president of the American … Continue reading

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