Tuesday, April 28, 2015

God's Bankers: A History of Money and Power at the Vatican (w/ Gerald Posner)

Gerald Posner the author of God’s Bankers: A History of Money and Power at the Vatican explains the history of Vatican banking. The Church's financial strategy and its role in supporting the Nazi Party. How the Vatican Church facilitated money laundering for global criminal groups and how the Vatican is still hiding its questionable financial history.

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Crazy Tennessee Baptists Will Make You Smile

Baptist pastors ranted, whooped, and stormed across the pulpit before a cheering crowd last week at a teen camp meeting.

The event took place April 11 at Middle Tennessee Baptist Church, where the fired-up pastors bellowed gibberish and ran into the crowd, where they slapped hands with the congregation...



Clip from the Thursday, April 23rd 2015 edition of The Kyle Kulinski Show, which airs live on Blog Talk Radio and Secular Talk Radio monday - friday 4-6pm Eastern.

Monday, April 27, 2015

How To Stop Football Injuries According To Allen West

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is locked in a dispute with the University of Tennessee Knoxville over it's policy allowing on field prayer before it's football games. In defense of on field prayer is Allen West noted football player and attempted politician from time to time. John Iadarola and Desi Doyen of The Young Turks discuss.

Should on field prayer be banned? Tell us what you think in the comment section below.



"Disgraced Floridian and former congressman Allen West took some time recently to address a Texas conservative group about the dangers of separating church and state—dangers like grievous football injuries, specifically. But thankfully, that ain’t nothing a little prayer can’t fix.

So where does West get off making these claims?

It appears West’s various head-on attacks did a little more damage than he realizes, because his claims of a lack of “catastrophic injuries” back in his day are demonstrably false. What’s more, the instance he was responding to didn’t even involve removing prayer from football entirely."

Homeless Man Works Full Time In The Senate; Senators Reject Him Anyway

Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks interviews Charles Gladden in Washington D.C.. Despite working full time in the kitchen of the U.S. Senate Charles is homeless. The interview is taking place at a rally for better wages.

How One Swingers Club Outsmarted Religious Zealots In Tennessee

"When the community of Madison in Nashville, Tenn. found out that the new owners of an old medical building next door to the Goodpasture Christian School planned to turn the property into a swingers club, they put a stop to it by rezoning the property to prohibit clubs. The owners of what was formerly known as The Social Club is loophole’ing the community right back, however, and are now working on having the property renovated into a church called The United Fellowship Center. A sexy church.

According to WKRN-2, the plans apparently aren’t all that much different from when the property was zoned as a swingers club, only now the dungeon is a choir room, the game room will be a “fellowship hall” and the dance floor is now a sanctuary.”



Desi Doyen (http://www.twitter.com/greennewsreport) and Cara Santa Maria (http://www.twitter.com/carasantamaria) of discuss on The Young Turks.

Scientology: Jason Beghe Interview

Actor Jason Beghe speaks about his years in Scientology and why he left the group.



Interview by Mark Bunker.

The Daily Show: Neil deGrasse Tyson (2015)



Neil deGrasse Tyson enters: 14:30

The Daily Show - Season 19, Episode 335 - Neil deGrasse Tyson

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Mike Rinder on Why Scientology Inc Must Tell Lies

Mike Rinder discusses the Scientology PR flack Sylvia Stanard's recent speech about Scientology at the Chataqua religious conclave. Stanard lied about Xenu, Disconnection, and other matters of substance. Stanard was evasive and refused to honestly answer questions. Mike Rinder makes the point that no Church of Scientology spokesperson can tell the truth -- and Rinder knows as he was the International Spokesman for the Church of Scientology for over twenty years.



Mike Rinder makes the point that all the Church of Scientology can do is to evade, duck, and deflect the hard questions and does so by focusing on its real estate portfolio as proof of its expansion. "If Scientology were really that bad would we be purchasing and opening all of these new Ideal Orgs?"

Radio Podcasts http://www.survivingscientologyradio.com/tag/surviving-scientology/

Unholy Trinity Down Under - Sydney Q&A

In March of 2015, the Atheist Foundation of Australia hosted atheist activists Matt Dillahunty, Aron Ra and Seth Andrews (under the tongue-in-cheek tour title, "The Unholy Trinity Down Under").



The speakers' presentations from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne are posted on AFA's tour website: http://www.unholytrinitydownunder.com

Special thanks to the AFA: http://atheistfoundation.org.au
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