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Nov 01 2014

Episode 66 – The Backlash Begins


INTRO

THIS DAY IN HISTORY October 30
* 1918 – Ottoman Empire signs treaty with Allies
* 1938 – Welles scares nation
* 1953 – Eisenhower approves NSC 162/2

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
* Man with severed spine walks
* Ebola litmus test

POLITICS AND RELIGION
* The right wing backlash on same sex marriage
Hitching Post Lawsuit
Otter appeals again
Idaho state senator thinking about getting rid of marriage
NC Magistrate quits
Legislator wants to allow discrimination
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Minnesota atheists sue to be able to officiate weddings
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Oklahoma 10 Commandments statue destroyed
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Maryland father angry his daughter is being taught about Islam
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Woman says Jesus will pick up her tab

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Recorded for release on 2014-10-30

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