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Kentucky Judge Refuses To Marry Atheists

A county judge in Kentucky refuses to marry atheists. In an egregious violation of the U.S. Constitution, Trigg County Judge Hollis Alexander refused to […]http://bit.ly/2urlwUB

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A Judge Has Ruled Against Atheists Trying to Put Up the Least Offensive Ad Ever

A Pennsylvania judge said a local transit system had every right to reject this ad with the wordhttp://bit.ly/2u9loJ0

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American Atheists Answers Follow-Up Questions After the Firing of Its President

I spoke with American Atheists about a number of questions that have been raised since the firing of president David Silverman.http://bit.ly/2qDyOup

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How Do Atheists Accept Death? These Redditors Offered Answers

Some responses were blunt. Some were optimistic. Many were interesting to think about.http://bit.ly/2F69ROj

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The “Underground Railroad” To Save Atheists

A vision to protect those persecuted for non-religionhttp://theatln.tc/2G6rL48

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Atheists Urge Defense Secretary to End Religious Favoritism in the Military

According to two atheist organizations, non-religious troops had a choice: pray or be punished.http://bit.ly/2Dmat5g

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A New Year’s Resolution for Atheists

We need more people who can think critically pushing back when they see something that’s false.http://bit.ly/2DL8MKy

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Atheists Fight Hunger! – PA State Atheist/Humanist Conference

In 2015, we raised $7,575 and fed 30,300 people, at 25 cents a meal. Yes, that’s right. 25 cents a meal. Let’s do it again at the 2017 PA State Atheist/Humanist Conference! Please help with however much you can to support this effort. Let’s try and break $10,000 and feed 40,000 people! OutreachLogoRWe will be working with a non-profit...

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Two Atheists Visited Ark Encounter and This Is What They Saw Inside – Friendly Atheist

Do yourself a favor and watch this.If nothing else, you’ll save yourself a $40 entry fee + $2.40 in sales tax + $0.50 for the safety fee + $10 for parking.http://bit.ly/2vZdW22

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Study: Atheists behave more fairly toward Christians than Christians behave toward atheists

Psychologists have long known that people tend to favor their own group over others, a social phenomenon known as ingroup bias. But new research provides e …http://bit.ly/2xQLLTn