We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation aren’t letting the COVID-19 pandemic circumscribe our work, as much as we’re focused on it.
You’d be surprised at what all we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have to deal with in a typical week.
At the Freedom From Religion Foundation, we aren’t afraid to tackle the big guys.
At his final cabinet meeting this year, Donald Trump took advantage of his position of power to impose his religion on reporters: “With that, I’m going to ask Ben Carson—[here, Trump cuts himself off to address the media]—You can stay if you want because you need the prayer more than I do I think, you […]
We’re in the middle of a whirlwind at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Of course, the brand-new presidential administration can claim credit for that.
The Trump administration has not even assumed control, and it already is keeping our hands full at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Not surprisingly, the elections were our focus this week here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. But we didn’t let that monopolize our attention.
If he’s given control of our nation’s education system, FFRF has little doubt that Carson will abuse it. He will abuse a public office that belongs to We the People to foist his personal religion on other people’s children. But before accepting this appointment, Carson should know that FFRF is going to pummel him with the First Amendment.
The remark by presidential wannabe Ben Carson that a Muslim shouldn’t be U.S. president on “Meet the Press” yesterday is being roundly — and appropriately — condemned, with news agencies tackling the controversy. Carson, a retired physician, said: “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would […]