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January 14, 2021

Freethought Radio -- January 14, 2021

Guest: Elle Harris

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FFRF in the Media

Video and photos suggest christian councilman from WV was a capitol rioter

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

‘Christian nationalists’ accused of violating law in Georgia elections

Open Democracy
By Teddy Wilson

Legislative session kicks off with some church-state quandaries

Missourian (Columbia, Missouri)
By David Rosman

Se burlan de cristiano por mencionar la Biblia a cada momento

Noticia Cristiana
By Angie Herrera

Don’t display Ten Commandments in schools, warns group opposed to NC district’s idea

Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina)
By Simone Jasper

Cleveland County board considers displaying Ten Commandments in schools

WSCO TV (Charlotte, North Carolina)
By Ken Lemon

NC Board considering placing Ten Commandments displays near entrance of schools within district

Christian News Network
By Heather Clark

Sound off for Jan. 10, 2021

The Gainesville Sun (Gainesville, Florida)

School board in NC considers putting Ten Commandments up in schools

My Fox 8 (High Point, North Carolina)
By Rochelle Metzger

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