In this instalment: Just when you thought it was safe to go back to viewing movies in theaters, atheists will yet again be completely caricaturized and turned into straw men! Michael Scott, creator of God’s Not Dead, is ignoring the crushing 17% received from the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes (http://www NULL.rottentomatoes NULL.com/m/gods_not_dead/) and in an incredible case of delusional thinking has announced that a sequel to the unintentional comedy (http://www NULL.charismanews NULL.com/culture/45859-god-s-not-dead-2-getting-ready-to-rock-atheists-world) is in the works. No word yet on which religious zealot actors will cast; since our last podcast episode, the Supreme Court of Canada heard arguments on whether saying a Catholic prayer (http://www NULL.cbc NULL.ca/news/canada/montreal/saguenay-prayer-case-hearing-begins-at-supreme-court-1 NULL.2797683) – not just a non-sectarian prayer, but a specifically Catholic one – said before city hall meetings in the Quebec city of Sagueny infringes on anyone’s freedom of religion. In a look at two polar opinions (http://www NULL.calgaryherald NULL.com/opinion/op-ed/Lakritz+Keep+religion+city+council+meetings/10292704/story NULL.html), Bishop Fred “You-know-what” Henry (http://www NULL.calgaryherald NULL.com/opinion/op-ed/Henry+wrong+demand+that+religion+confined+church/10308544/story NULL.html) makes yet another appearance (Spoiler alert! I don’t agree with him.); in addition to hockey, maple syrup and Mounties, Canada makes yet another contribution to the world. Or rather, a lack of one, according to a letter signed by 800 scientists (http://www NULL.canada NULL.com/technology/foreign+scientists+urge+Stephen+Harper+lift+restrictions+Canadian+researchers/10310970/story NULL.html) from 32 different countries accusing the current regime in Ottawa of slashing funding for science and gagging federal scientists from speaking on issues such as climate change and fish stocks. But first, and I think everyone could guess what the first topic would be tonight, we’re going to take a look at the two incidents dominating the news in this country, the attacks in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (http://www NULL.ctvnews NULL.ca/canada/suspect-in-attack-on-2-soldiers-in-quebec-had-become-radicalized-pmo-1 NULL.2062419) and Ottawa (http://www NULL.ctvnews NULL.ca/canada/canada-will-never-be-intimidated-harper-says-after-shootings-in-ottawa-1 NULL.2065443) and some fallout (http://www NULL.coldlakesun NULL.com/2014/10/24/mosque-vandalized-in-what-locals-describe-as-disgusting-crime) from these incidents.