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March 22, 2018

Freethought Radio -- March 22, 2018

Guest: Mandisa Thomas

National Convention

November 2-4, 2018

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FFRF in the Media

Outlawing guns isn't the answer

The Pantagraph
By James Ehmen

School director, lawyer weigh in on 'In God We Trust' bill


WRCB TV (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
By Ken Nicholson and Caitlyn Chastain

Federal judges rule revised Concord Spectacular constitutional

Goshen News (Goshen, Indiana)
By Julie Beer

Seventh circuit approves high school's Christmas concert

Courthouse News
By Lorraine Bailey

Bill requiring 'In God We Trust' display in public schools passed by Tennessee lawmakers

Christian Post
By Samuel Smith

Into the Wild Expanse, Part 2

For Infernal Use Only
By Jack Matirko

Federal appeals court upholds public school's 'Christmas spectacular'

Education Week
By Mark Walsh

Ten Commandments, insurance and attendance on BOE agenda tonight

Crossville Chronicle
By Heather Mullinix

Nonbelievers ask Sedgwick County to drop meeting prayers after 'go to hell' comment

Wichita Eagle (Wichita, Kansas)
By Don Lefler

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