Posted on January 16, 2020 by PJ SlingerPhotos, cartoons, marquees (Jan/Feb 2020) Where do you Freethought? Like John Fisher at the gym, I enjoy reading my Freethought Today in public places. I usually fly once per month and save them to read on the airplane. I am always hoping a headline might inspire new freethinkers from the captive audience! Thanks again for everything FFRF does! Cheryl McCutcheon Wisconsin Priest robe FFRF Caption contest: Norm Moyer sent us this photo of a dilapidated church on the Big Island of Hawaii. Please send us a witty or humorous comment about this scene. Email your response to [email protected] by Feb. 12. The winner, chosen by FFRF staff, will receive an FFRF T-shirt! We’ll announce the winner and runners-up in the March issue. If you’ve seen or taken any photos that you think would be good for this contest, please send them to [email protected] Cash in praying hands FFRF’s ad in the New York Times. Classical pianist Jarred Dunn and FFRF Co-President Dan Barker sit at the Diane Uhl Steinway piano at Freethought Hall on Dec. 13. They recorded two episodes of “Freethought Matters” about classical composers who were nonbelievers. The shows will feature 21 composers who were freethinkers, including Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Copeland and Gershwin. (Photo by Chris Line) FFRF’s provocative televison ad featuring “unabashed atheist” Ron Reagan was aired twice during the Democratic debate on Jan. 14 on CNN, as well as on pre- and post-debate shows, including “Cuomo Prime Time.” The ad reached about 22 million viewers. Reagan finishes the 30-second spot by saying, “Ron Reagan, lifelong atheist, not afraid of burning in hell.” FFRF’s Metropolitan Chicago Chapter held a Winter Solstice party at North Branch Pizza & Burger Co. in Glenview, Ill., on Dec. 14, with FFRF Co-Presidents Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker in attendance. Back row, left ro right: Jill Berkowitz, Fred Dix, Tom Cara, Bapu Arekapudi, Annie Laurie Gaylor, Brian McCaskill, Allen Cosnow, Barb Popp, Greg Popp. Front row: Dan Barker, Terry Stapley, Mary Ann Anderson, Barbara Franjevic, Shane Stapley.