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July 15 in freethought history…

July 15, 1904 – Russian physician and playwright Anton Chekhov dies of tuberculosis in Badenweiler, Germany, aged 44. He is largely attributed with originating the concept of “Chekhov’s Gun”; i.e. that every element in a dramatic work should be essential to the story. … Continue reading

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Podcast #205 – Reverend Barry Lynn (Americans United)

We interview the Reverend Barry Lynn, Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. We discuss his (what shouldn’t be) controversial position as a Christian minister who advocates for secular government and freedom of all religious–or non-religious–expression. … Continue reading

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Podcast #201 – Linda Stephens (co-plaintiff, Greece v Galloway)

We interview Linda Stephens, co-plaintiff (along with Susan Galloway) in the recent Supreme Court case Greece v. Galloway, in which the court ruled that prayer–even sectarian, predominantly Christian prayer–before city council meetings does not violate the Constitution. Several secular groups … Continue reading

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