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March 5 in freethought history…

March 5, 1955 – Atheist, skeptic and libertarian Penn Jillette (the taller, more loquacious half of the world-famous magic duo Penn & Teller) is born in Greenville, Massachusetts. In addition to his many projects and ventures, he has written two books with … Continue reading

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Podcast #165 – Penn Jillette

We interview entertainer and skeptic Penn Jillette, author of the new collection of essays and anecdotes Every Day Is an Atheist Holiday (hardcover or Kindle). He also has a new podcast called Penn’s Sunday School. For more about Penn (and longtime partner Teller) visit PennandTeller.com. Plus: … Continue reading

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Books maybe you should know about

So many books, so little time. Here are three new books which have come to my attention, which look extraordinarily interesting, but which I have not (yet?) had the time to read. If anyone picks up one of these, I’d … Continue reading

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Podcast #126 – Matthew Chapman (The Ledge)

We interview Matthew Chapman, writer/director of the new philosophical thriller The Ledge. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Patrick Wilson and Liv Tyler, The Ledge explores a tragic love triangle involving an atheist, an evangelical Christian, and the woman they both love. The … Continue reading

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