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Podcast 260 – Moore No More

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has been suspended without pay from his office until the end of his term, effectively putting an end to his judicial career. Moore becomes (as far as we can tell) the only judge in US … Continue reading

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Good Riddance, Roy Moore…

…although I’m sure we haven’t seen the last of him. In case you haven’t been following the news, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has been permanently suspended without pay for the remainder of his term by the state’s Judicial Inquiry … Continue reading

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Podcast #248 – Cruz Is No Lucifer, but Trump Might Be the Anti-Christ

Recently retired Speaker of the House John Boehner told a Stanford University audience that  Texas Senator and presidential candidate Ted Cruz was “Lucifer in the flesh” and “the most miserable son of a bitch” he’s ever worked with. Nobody’s less happy … Continue reading

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Podcast #241 – Murdered for Being an Atheist?

We look at three recent cases in which violent perpetrators of excuse their crimes by pointing to their victims atheism. Earlier this month, a woman in Louisville, Kentucky was arrested for savagely beating a disabled man with his own cane, … Continue reading

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November 13 in freethought history…

November 13, 1861 – With the American Civil War well underway, Baptist minister Mark R. Watkinson of Ridley, Pennsylvania, writes to Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase, lamenting the lack of recognition of God on America’s currency. Watkinson recommended “God, … Continue reading

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August 1 in freethought history…

August 1, 1895 – The Woman’s Bible, Part I, is published in the United States. Written by an international committee of 26 women led by pioneering suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The Woman’s Bible provided feminist commentary on the recently released English … Continue reading

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Roy Moore returns to Alabama Supreme Court

I feel for ya, Alabama, I really do. You voted for him, and now you’re gonna have to live with Roy Moore as the Chief Justice of your Supreme Court. Again. Moore, who was removed from that office in 2003 … Continue reading

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Podcast #164 – Election 2012

We look at the results of the 2012 election cycle. For full show notes and to listen to this episode click here.

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Podcast #89 – World Ends – Miss USA is a Muslim

OMFG and other exaggerations.  The new Miss USA is Rima Fakih, who hails from Dearborn, Michigan by way of Lebanon.  According to Ms. Fakih, her family is not terribly pious–apparently they observe both Muslim and Christian holidays, for example.  But … Continue reading

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Roy Moore running for AL governor

Well, I knew this was coming.  Roy Moore is running for governor of Alabama.  Again.  Aren’t you thrilled?  (I am, kind of, since it will provide endless fodder for the AF podcast…but I don’t envy you, Alabamans.) Moore, you may … Continue reading

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