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July 6 in freethought history…

July 6, 1907 – Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is born in Mexico City. Best known for her self-portraits (which highlight her signature unibrow), she was an atheist and a communist, and her artwork often included critical references to religion. She died in … Continue reading

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Peter Singer on healthcare rationing

I admit I’m not as read-up as I should be on the current healthcare controversy, but I’m always amused at people who cite the spectre of “rationing” in their opposition to any proposed public healthcare system.  It’s undeniable that any … Continue reading

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