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July 12, 2018

Freethought Radio -- July 12, 2018

Guest: Katha Pollitt

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November 2-4, 2018

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FFRF in the Media

School warns Christian man not to distribute bibles on street

Christian Headlines
By Michael Foust

La Harpe Community School District caves to atheist group, threatens to call police on individuals giving away Bibles

The Global Dispatch
By Kaye Wonderhouse

Bulldogs Unleash on Secularists at FFRF

Patriot Post
By Tony Perkins

Freedom From Religion Foundation sends letter to local schools claiming Constitutional violation


5 News KFSM (Fort Smith, Arizona)
By C. Joellison

FOX News’ Todd Starnes is furious that an atheist legal group is from Wisconsin

Friendly Atheist Blog
By Hemant Mehta

Trump announces Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court nominee

World Religion News
By Corey Barnett

Public school resists pressure to remove prayer

Accuracy in Academia
By Malcolm A. Kline

How Kavanaugh will use religion to turn back the clock

Think Progress
By Andrew Seidel

Faith leaders on Kavanaugh nomination: Defender or destroyer of religious liberty?

Religion News Service
By Adelle M. Banks

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