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October 17, 2019

Freethought Radio -- October 17, 2019

Guest: Mark Pocan

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FFRF in the Media

Are Central Florida’s hotels losing their religion?

Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida)
By David Whitley

Religion Questions: Why can churches discriminate against LGBTQ people and women and not face punishment?

Chattanooga Times Free Press (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
By Wyatt Massey

Lt. Gov.’s prayer for atheist group was unconstitutional, atheist group says

Christian Headlines
By Michael Foust

“Perfect Ad Placement”: Ron Reagan Jr. and the WAPO, sponsors of the Dem Debate

Nox & Friends

CNN Democrat debate features atheist commercial that mocks ‘Burning in Hell,’ God, Christianity

Daily Political Newswire
Mike Vance

Podcast Ep. 292: The unabashed atheist who’s not afraid of hell

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

Fighting removal of religious items from public property

By Jim Michaels

Ohio lawmaker wants to waste taxpayer money defending illegal Christian displays

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

Rev. Franklin Graham laments Ron Reagan Jr. atheism ad

By Amy Furr

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