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May 17, 2018

Freethought Radio -- May 17, 2018

Guest: Sarah Haider; Richard A. Conn, Jr.

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November 2-4, 2018

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FFRF in the Media

A christian not an atheist sparked lawsuit on clergy tax free housing allowances

Forbes
By Peter J. Reilly

Group wants Belen to remove star from flag

News-Bulletin (Belen, New Mexico)
By Clara Garcia

Liberals aghast after Perkins named to USCIRF

One News Now
By Chris Woodward

FFRF condemns the appointment of Tony Perkins to US Commission on International Religious Freedom

World Religious News
By Alison Lesley

'Constitution allows' cross in public park, city says

Baptist Press
By Diana Chandler

Gay rights activists must learn to respect their critics, stop demonizing christians

CNS News
By Bill Donohue

Pensacola Bayview Park cross: Appeals court hears arguments, ruling may come in summer

Pensacola News Journal (Pensacola, Florida)
By Jim Little

Another court hears fight over Pensacola cross

One News Now
By Chris Woodward

Public Schooling Battles

Cato Institute
By Neal McCluskey

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