Cellar Door Skeptics #87: Muslim Travel Ban and An Angry Atheist


On this holiday weekend, Cellar Door Skeptics pushes out the episode early in celebration of the first Fourth of July under Donald Trump. Today the episode will discuss the supreme courts decision to allow for some of the travel ban to go into effect. The duo look at the SCOTUS opinion from the judges and analyze if the courts have over stepped their boundaries again. Cellar Door Skeptics then brought back Matt Chapman to talk about the angry atheist trope. They decided it would be a good segment to do given the holiday season. Many people have to suffer through family functions and get accused of being angry at religion. And after last weeks scathing episode on the latest Scotus downfall allowing for a private school to get government funds for their religious school, they had to address why they were not angry at Christians but at a failure of government.

#MuslimBan #AngryAtheist #Scotus #Christian #DonaldTrump #IndependenceDay #4thofJuly

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