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Lori Lipman Brown
 Pastafarian, Zoroastrian, NonTheist - Can't We All Just Get Along?
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This Tuesday, November 4th, Americans head to the polls. But despite the outcome, the question remains: under the new administration, can nontheists, science advocates, and critical thinkers expect better representation in government? In recognition of Election Day 2008, Skepticality is pleased to present a talk by Lori Lipman Brown of the Secular Coalition for America (the only Washington, DC lobbyists working on behalf of skeptics, rationalists and nontheists), entitled Pastafarian, Zoroastrian, Atheist — Can't We All Just Get Along?
Show Notes

Date -November 4th, 2008 read by Derek

For those looking for more TV critique, check out Alison Smith's Woo in Review.
The next Skepticality will feature an interview with the creators of a show we like a lot.
Lori Lipman Brown is a regular contributor to Skepticality.
Lori is one of two lobbyists for The Secular Coalition For America.
In August Lori was a guest on The Colbert Report.
In recent weeks there have been articles featuring Lori and the Secular Coalition in:
The Detroit Free Press
The Nation Magazine
New York Times
The Washington Post
USA Today reminds the candidates not to discount the Secular voter.
There are in fact six candidates for president in the United States in this election.
Eligible candidates hail from:
Constitution party
the Democratic Party
the Green Party
the Independent Party
the Libertarian Party
and the Republican Party
Pastafarian, Zoroastrian, Atheist – Can't We All Just Get Along?
Find out more about The Secular Coalition for America at
You can donate to The Secular Coalition here. 
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