16 Secular Coalition for America with Steven Emmert


We have an interview with Steven Emmert from the Secular Coalition for America

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https://secular.org/2022-voter-scorecard/

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    • jesse on October 21, 2022 at 2:52 pm
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    No need to say may name if you decide to read this on air.

    Excellent episode!

    So great to hear you/Dustin happy. Please take him up on the offer to speak again after the USA elections. I doubt there will be a blue wave, but you two did an great job talking about the positive events.

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