House Chaplains: discriminating against atheists since 1854
FFRF has long dealt with anti-atheist discrimination. Many people don’t realize this is an issue, but we know better because we deal with it every day. It’s one reason we successfully pushed the city of Madison, Wis., to amend its civil rights ordinances to include nonbelievers. It’s also why, on behalf of FFRF lifetime member […]
Wasteful spending: Congress pays clergy $66,000/hour to pray
The House and Senate chaplains’ have a budget of more than $800,000 every year… and their only job is to say a prayer about 85 times every year.
Pray to Play report riles up Ala.; legislature proposes unconstitutional law to protect chaplains
FFRF Staff Attorney Andrew Seidel discusses a new law proposed in Alabama to counteract his recent Pray to Play report, highlighting the illegality of football chaplains at several public universities, including Auburn.