Episode 4 | The Interview: Justin Scott (Part Two)

Justin sits down for the first interview on Reason Revolution with Eastern Iowa Atheists director Justin Scott. In the second part of their four-hour conversation, they continue discussing about the 2016 election, how atheists can reach out to liberals and conservatives, how to effectively communicate about the threat of Islamism, and how people can be activists in their own neck of the woods.

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Episode 3 | The Interview: Justin Scott (Part One)

Justin sits down for the first interview on Reason Revolution with Eastern Iowa Atheists director Justin Scott. In the first part of their four-hour conversation, Scott shares his deconversion story, how he got into atheist activism, his questions to presidential candidates, and discusses with Justin his take on the 2016 election.

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The Special Comment: What are we to make of Georgia 6th?

This originally appeared in Reason Revolution, episode two.

So, what to make of last week’s Georgia 6th special congressional election? The most expensive congressional race in American history, the Democrats were hoping to pull off an upset that would upend President Trump’s chances at a post-election mandate by the voters. Sadly, this didn’t happen. Instead, Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff by 3.8 percent of the vote. Ossoff did worse in this election than Hillary Clinton did last November, when Trump won the district by only 1.5 percent. Are the Democrats right to be worried about their prospects in the era of Trump? Should Republicans celebrate this victory and then prepare for the future battle of the 2018 midterms?

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The Special Comment: The Point of Crisis

This originally appeared in Reason Revolution, episode one

The United States hinges on trust. Trust in our institutions; trust in our people; trust in our laws; trust in our traditions. Our “lives, fortunes, and sacred honor” endure explicitly from the ability of our citizenry to have faith in the leaders of our nation. Sadly, the past few months have shown that this trust has frayed to a cataclysmic degree.

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