Since there is no radio show this week, Dan Barker put together a collection of freethought music. Enjoy this discussion of irreverent tunes!

Direct download: Podcast_032412.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:39am CST

Nothing is as divisive as church in government. We talk with Mitch Kahle, who stopped Senate prayers in Hawaii. Mitch has just won a major lawsuit defending his rights.

Direct download: FTradio_308_031712.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:30am CST

Honoring International Women's Day, we talk with two women who have made a difference: one in high school and one in her 80s. (Note: Barbara Ehrenreich was announced, but was unable to join us due to a scheduling conflict.) Krystal Myers is the Tennessee high-schooler whose article on atheism was censored by her high-school newspaper, and Anne Nicol Gaylor is the founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation as well as the Women's Medical Fund, the country's longest-lived abortion charity, helping needy women.

Direct download: ftradio_307_031012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:00am CST

Is the separation of church and state "absolute," as JFK said, or does it make you want to vomit (as Rick Santorum said)? This week we talk about FFRF's challenge of Alabama school board prayers, and then interview Jim McCollum, whose family's landmark 1948 Supreme Court victory is the bedrock of modern law regarding religion in the schools. We also hear the song "I Don't Believe in Fairies" by atheist Australian singer/songwriter Shelley Segal.

Direct download: FTradio_306_030312.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:30am CST





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