FFrF Radio: Litigants & African American Freethought

Podcast Link.

This week's interviews are with current litigants in state/church lawsuits. This is a recurring show topic on the radio program; not that I'm complaining mind you. It's just that they seem to blend together after awhile.

The quote this week that sticks out?

Concerning the lawsuit asking for the records of visitors to the White House (just another document made secret under the presidency of GWB) and why Ted Haggard was not on the list of people visiting the White House.

Dan Barker: "Ted Haggard was probably visiting Larry Craig's office"

I'm sure Larry Craig was choking on that one...



2007 Archive episode.

January 6, 2007 - African American Freethought and Atheism

Marion the Barbarian (Pat Robertson) and his latest round of (completely erroneous) predictions for what will happen at the end of the year (that year has passed, and guess what? No Boom)

This weeks guest was Norm Allen, editor of the anthology, African-American Humanism. What can I say? I keep listening to the show because the interviews are generally quite engaging. This one is yet another example. I hope they have him on again.

The Porgy and Bess song "It Ain't Necessarily So" sung by Sammy Davis Junior as Sportin' Life is also featured.

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