Biden must stand up for abortion rights
The Catholic Church is no stranger to pressuring its parishioners to comply with its archaic practices.
A Supreme disaster, a congressional agenda, a prayerful governor & a Hollywood legend
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation hit the ground running when we came back to work from the Thanksgiving holiday.
Winning in court, striving on Capitol Hill, and reaching out to youth
Another week, another court victory for the Freedom From Religion Foundation!
Our mission here at FFRF
The law of the land should reign supreme. That’s our mission here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Ask not what all we do
Ask not what all we do during the course of a regular week at the FFRF to make the world a more secular and rational place.
We must rise. We must rise and fight like hell.
Dark and difficult times may lie ahead, but know this:
We are going to fight like hell.
We are going to fight like hell to defend the wall of separation.
We are going to fight like hell to protect the First Amendment.
We are going to fight like hell, for you.
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.
When will Congress invite an atheist to address joint session?
When will Congress invite a prominent atheist, such as Richard Dawkins, to give a joint address before Congress as it has done for the pope?