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Richard H.


Burlingame, CA
Hometown: Burlingame

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April 28, 2014


rh Secular-Humanist political Philosopher The easy answer is 1.81 births to 2 deaths for the next hundred years, stop eating beef also very helpful. Larry, we meet and talk last week in Salt Lake City,Rich

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That a great question, are we ready to make it a political reality that we govern ourselves by a secular humanist government. Secular in the sense that the humanist government is a secular government. Humanist in the sense that governments operate under the Humanist mandates starting in 1933. I do think that the time is now or very soon where a non-theist secular humanist political party can become one with the people. rh

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