TGA Podcast: Episode 312

This week, my special guest is author Bridget Gaudette, who joins me to talk about her important upcoming book Grieving for the Living: Effects of Disownment in Adulthood. As I mentioned on the show, there's only a few more days to support her Kickstarter project, so if you're feeling generous, please don't hesitate to donate! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1433423258/grieving-for-the-living http://gri ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 311

This week, part 2 of our "History of Scientology" podcast. Ryan joins me as we talk about Miscaviage's weird obsessions, Cardinal Cruise and his helm of Charisma, and why Indiana Jones is a murderer. - 62 of 157 reported zero book sales - Website by Mike Rinder criticizing the pyramid scheme of Orgs - Scientology members leaving because of pressure of over-regging (over taxing) - The incredible amount of wa ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 310

This week, Ryan joins me for a very special 2 part episode about Scientology. First up, we discuss the early history of the church, some of its scandals, and the way it operates. We also discuss what the different elements of a cult are, and I try to break Scientology down with it. Don't miss this one! ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 309

This week, we "pontificate" on the Pope's replacement, and we also talk about the new HBO documentary "Mea Maxima Culpa", on the sexual abuse of children at the hands of the Catholic Church, and the cover-up by the Vatican. The movie is available for free here for a limited time, so be sure to watch it! ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 308

This week, Ryan and I break the big announcement from the Vatican, and speculate as to why the Pope is running home with his tail between his legs. With things at TGA slowly starting to get back to normal (whatever that is), we've got a big show for you at over an hour. Enjoy! For those of you interested in becoming one of the 300, please upgrade your account and let me know what number you would like to ha ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 307

This week, I recorded a short show with Ryan, a sort of off-the-cuff show on a huge variety of topics, ranging from the economy to right wing terrorism. We're wrapping up the DVD this week, which explains the short show, but things will be back to normal next week. ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 306

This week, a sad announcement about Carisa and me, but also a new hope for the future among this heartbreak: the announcement of 'The 300', a group I'm creating to finally bring solvency to TGA, and ensure the growth of a full fledged organisation. Interested people can email me or leave comments on the site, or on Facebook. You can also nab a hard-core membership now: NOTE: FAN ONLY SHOW ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 305

This week, I interview Josh Sobel, who is trying to fund an interesting and exciting Kickstarter project. Please, go to the site and donate any amount you can. Let's help our fellow atheists achieve their very reasonable goals! Kickstarter Project [1] Booklet "Be Rational" [2] [1] http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/joshsobel/the-animated-freethought-project [2] http://www.mediafire.com/?t8292f992oabtc8 ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 304

This week, my guest is veteran activist Margaret Downey, who shares her 'deconversion' story, her fight with the Boy Scouts of America, and her recent projects. After this interview, you may want her to adopt you! Margaret Downey - Freethought Society President [1] - Founder of the Thomas Paine Memorial Committee [2] - Margaret Downey Fanpage [3] - Video of her Thomas Paine presentation in schools [4] [1]ht ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 303

After building a makeshift recording setup, I was able to interview Professor of Native Archeology Dean R. Snow to talk about the legend of the Great Peacemaker, the structure of Native society, and how things might have played out differently if not for the European Invasion. NOTES: Dr. Dean R. Snow, Professor of Archeology at Penn State. Author of “Archeology of North America”, Difficulty finding reliable ...

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