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Truth Wanted LIVE Call-in Show

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Truth Wanted LIVE from UTSA Campus
Truth Wanted is a weekly YouTube call-in show about beliefs and why people believe them. The show's aim is to have a respectful, probative discussion with callers on topics such as religion, politics, alternative medicine, veganism, LGBTQ/trans rights, abortion, vaccines, flat Earth, the paranormal, psychics, Bigfoot, faith healing, ghosts, demons, miracles, UFOs & more. Guests: Matt Dillahunty, Anthony Magnabosco, Jim Barrows, Christy Powell. Hosts: ObjectivelyDan & the Secular Student Alliance. The show will be livestreamed with a LIVE audience from the UTSA campus. Doors open 6pm, Show 7pm to 8:30pm, After Party 8:30pm. Free admission, Free Parking. Call Show 512-991-9242

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