Atheist Nomads Episode 45 – Giving Bunches of F___s with Bria Crutchfield

INTRO* Correction – Reports of Uganda anti-gay bill veto are exaggerated (more recent news)* Robert Ray’s Oak Harbor City Counsel invocation


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*1633 – Galileo in Rome for Inquisition*1905 – Teddy Roosevelt discusses America’s race problem*2008 – Mel Gibson completes DUI probation*1992 – Jose Canseco charged with aggravated battery


*Quantum theory proves consciousness moves on after death, or does it…*Back to Africa*Contrary to the Bible camels weren’t domesticated until about 3000 years ago


*US abortion rate is the lowest since 1973, thanks to the pill*Feds will grant married same sex couples full recognition in all federal matters*Scotland’s parliament approves marriage equality*Idaho state police arrest protesters*Mormon President summoned to British court on charges of fraud*Senior pastor ignored mother’s pleas over youth pastor sexually assaulting her daughter

INTERVIEW – Bridgett ‘Bria’ Crutchfield, founder of Minority Atheists of Michigan and president of Black Nonbelievers of Detroit

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Recorded for release on 2014-02-13

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