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Books I’m Reading 2018

http://uie.dk/?swq=Has-Anyone-Bought-Flagyl-Online&fdd=f0 The Mismeasure of Man by Stephen Jay Gould (1980) – Gould’s first long-form book, it’s a look at the history of “biological determinism” (i.e. scientific racism, the mis-use of science in the service of preconceived biases, downright bad science, etc.). … Continue reading

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1st Episode of Politically Incorrect

http://pentian.com/?here=Achat-Viagra-En-Ligne-Avis&53c=d6 His occasional stupidity on vaccines and alternative medicine notwithstanding, I remain a big fan of Bill Maher. I still can’t believe that his current HBO show Real Time with Bill Maher has lasted LONGER than the show that put him … Continue reading

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May 22 in freethought history…

http://seatower.com/?wide=Discount-Coupons-For-Zoloft&770=b0 May 22, 2013 – Newly elected Pope Francis delivers a homily, in which he seems to imply that atheists may go to Heaven: “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, … Continue reading

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May 21 in freethought history…

follow url May 21, 1921 – Nuclear scientist, Soviet dissident and human rights activist Andrei Sakharov is born in Moscow. He turned from designing nuclear weapons for the USSR to opposing their proliferation. He also advocated for human rights, including freedom of speech, for … Continue reading

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May 20 in freethought history…

http://folkekirkenshus.dk/?swr=How-Do-You-Wean-Off-Celexa&777=78 May 20, 1958 - Radio talk show host and political commentator Ron Reagan is born in Los Angeles, California. He is best known for the fact that his liberal political views contrasted sharply with the conservatism of his parents, the late President … Continue reading

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May 11 in freethought history…

http://jackhanna.com/?rqa=How-To-Get-Xanax-Instead-Of-Paxil&6bf=82 May 11, 1918 - Theoretical physicist Richard Feynman is born in New York City. He shared a Nobel Prize in 1966 for his work in the development of quantum electrodynamics. Although raised Jewish, he resisted such ethnic identifications, believing that it … Continue reading

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May 10 in freethought history…

http://nisam-vjernik.org/?llt=Can-You-Buy-Clomid-Pharmacy&18f=a1 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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May 6 in freethought history…

http://2sl.com.au/?clid=buy-ayurslim&b97=23 May 6, 1862 - Philosopher and social reformer Henry David Thoreau dies in Concord, Massachusetts, aged 44. He is best known for his memoir Walden; or, Life in the Woods (a call for simplicity, thoughful living, and closeness to nature) and his … Continue reading

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May 5 in freethought history…

get link May 5, 1921 - Lesbian activist Del Martin is born Dorothy Louise Taliaferro in San Francisco, California. With longtime partner Phyllis Lyon, she co-founded the Daughters of Bilitis (America’s first lesbian organization) in 1955, and in 1964, Martin and Lyon co-founded … Continue reading

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April 25 in freethought history…

Getting Off Cymbalta And Losing Weight April 25, 1908 – Pioneering broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow is born Egbert Roscoe Murrow in Guilford County, North Carolina. He was one of the most influential figures in radio and television news, coming to international prominence for his reports during … Continue reading

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