We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have been in a mixed mode this week — part celebratory and part cautionary. We commemorated Bill of Rights Day with an urgent full-page ad in Wednesday’s New York Times. The text warns: “The scales of justice have been alarmingly tipped in favor of a privileged status for […]
Freedom of religion means that nobody — neither the government nor the surrounding culture — can tell you what to believe.
When the city of Ozark in Missouri initially agreed with our constitutionally sound request to remove a lighted cross from a public park, it caused an uproar.
I recently signed and mailed almost 200 greeting cards commemorating Bill of Rights Day last Friday to Texas legislators on behalf of the FFRF.
’Tis the season … for us folks here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation to be hectically engaged in our work. Between our holiday displays and the Bill of Rights, not to mention Trump’s appointments, we’ve been on the go this week.
Texas Gov. censors Bill of Rights; uses fake quotes and fraudulent history to claim atheists ‘promote ignorance and falsehood’
FFRF Staff Attorney Andrew Seidel takes Texas Governor Greg Abbott to task for using false history to accuse FFRF of promoting falsehoods.
It’s the Bill of Rights, not the bible, that grants citizens rights, Governor Kasich. The news headline, “Kasich proposes new government agency to promote Judeo-Christian values,” sounds like satire of reality from The Onion. But Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican presidential candidate, is dead serious. He floated the idea yesterday of creating an agency […]