It looks like that after episode 200, Dogma Free America will be launching a new podcast in which Rich Orman will focus on the intersection of religion and pseudoscience with law. I'll probably still tune in anyway but I'm going to miss the old DFA podcast. Part of what I enjoyed with DFA was that they talked about religious news issues that the rest of the media and most other atheist podcasts ignored but they helped shed light on. I can understand how reading stories about religion doing extremist actions every other week can become really depressing but there's going to be a serious void now in the atheist podcast world where some important stories we might not ever hear about now won't get covered in the atheist podcast world. And their new idea for a podcast focusing on a religious or pseudoscience topic of the week just sounds cliched and done to death to me. If I wanted to hear a podcast about pseudoscience, I'll listen to Skeptics' Guide to the Universe, and if I wanted a podcast focused on religion and the law, I'd listen to the FFRF. I hope they'll at least keep their light-hearted banter from the DFA podcast in tact when they transfer to the new show. What are your thoughts about it?