We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation this week battled on behalf of science — and the Constitution.
For a change, this week for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation wasn’t dominated by the Trump administration!
A school board member writes a cranky letter to FFRF and gets an unexpected response that schools him on the First Amendment.
Does Ken Ham know, deep down, that public school field trips to the ark park are unconstitutional? Probably, he’s never cited any law and, while giving out admissions discounts, hasn’t put his money where his mouth is.
There are busy weeks here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, and there are really busy weeks. This week fell squarely in the second category.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation had much of its attention taken up by a boat this week. That’s not surprising, since this wasn’t just a plain old boat.
The new “Noah’s Ark” could not have been launched without public money. With the Ark Encounter opening in Kentucky today, it is a good time to review the various ways that state and local governments have subsidized the project.
Facts are not Ken Ham’s friend. Like a child sticking his fingers in his ears and screaming “LA-LA-LA-LA-LA,” he goes out of his way to avoid them. But FFRF Attorney Andrew Seidel explains reality to Ham.
FFRF Staff Attorney Sam Grover explores why Answers in Genesis, the evolution-denying religious group led by young earth creationist Ken Ham, is now eligible for up to $18 million in tax incentives from the Kentucky government, thanks to a federal judge’s misguided ruling.