In our latest podcast, Jessica and I discussed the past week in politics and atheism.
We talked about:
— Did the CDC really ban words like “science-based” and “transgender”? (1:21)
— An Oregon atheist threatened to sue over a religious street banner, but he has no case. (5:42)
— An Australian politician plans to defend Christianity against mockery. (9:49)
— Ivanka Trump wishes everyone “Happy Holidays!” (16:45)
— It doesn’t matter that the BBC’s Head of Religious Programming is an atheist. (17:45)
— OKCupid says liking Donald Trump is a dealbreaker for users. (21:26)
— Democratic men are more likely to be feminist than Republican women. (23:50)
— A Milwaukee priest came out as gay, everyone celebrated it, but it’s still heartbreaking. (30:57)
— Cardinal Law is dead. (38:11)
— “Feminism” is Mirriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. (41:37)
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