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Lead Us Not Into Penn Station:Provocative Pieces


December 1, 2016

Freethought Radio -- December 1, 2016

Guest: Peter Singer

National Convention

October 7-9, 2016



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Updated March 2, 2016

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Satanic display causes controversy in Boca Raton


WPTV (West Palm Beach, Florida)
By Stephanie Susskind

Giant cross in a public park in Texas is under attack

Houston Chronicle (Houston, Texas)
By Brett Barrouquere

Watchdog group wants Ohio village to remove nativity scene

Crescent News (Defiance, Ohio)

Satanic display set up near nativity


CNS News
By Eric Scheiner

Counter to atheist group attacks on Christmas display

Christian News Wire
By Liberty Counsel

Freedom From Religion Foundation threatens legal action if St. Bernard nativity scene isn't removed

WCPO (Cincinnati, Ohio)
By The Associated Press

Pentagram, Trump 'Festivus Pole' spark seasonal debate

Sun Sentinel (Miami, Florida)
By Anne Geggis

Controversial Satanic display in Boca Raton

WPBF (Palm Beach Garden, Florida)
By Whitney Burbank

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