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Undoing Christian Nationalism Title It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing

This week’s Supreme Court decision allowing some sectarian prayer at city council meetings is a deeply disappointing betrayal of America’s honored progressive values. Once again, the lopsided conservative majority has proudly announced that it is on the wrong side of history. We were not surprised to see the four staunchly nonprogressive justices huddle together in […]

Is this a Catholic Court?

This response was received from Ellery Schempp, named a Champion of the First Amendment by FFRF. Read more about Ellery here. I am extremely disappointed in yesterday’s Supreme Court decision (Greece v. Galloway) affirming that sectarian prayers at city council meetings do not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. The 5-4 decision severely […]

Greece v. Galloway – The path forward. . .

Dear FFRF, Today’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in Greece v. Galloway is potentially disastrous for state-church separation. This decision could be the equivalent of Dred Scott or Plessy for our cause. FFRF’s new “Nothing Fails Like Prayer” award/contest is a great incentive and call to action and I hope that hundreds or thousands of […]