The judiciary, the legislature and the executive — we’ve been working on all three branches of government on behalf of the secular community. The U.S. Supreme Court must dismiss a manufactured case of a Colorado business so that religious discrimination is thwarted, we’re insisting in an amicus brief filed before it. We are deeply troubled […]
It’s icing on the cake for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation when our endeavors receive media play — and this week there was plenty of icing. “A Shelby County teacher has been warned against promoting Christianity at Calera High School after school officials were alerted by the Freedom From Religion Foundation about his […]
FFRF has recently had its hands full grappling with urgent issues — from the local to the international.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation hit the ground running when we came back to work from the Thanksgiving holiday.
This week at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, we engaged in an assortment of different initiatives.
We were busy this week correcting a plethora of major school violations, sharing our favorite memories involving the Constitution and commenting on a few pieces of national news.
With President Trump hosting an official state dinner for evangelicals, continuous fallout on the reports of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, and Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s impending confirmation hearing, it has been another busy week here at FFRF.
Here are a few of the responses from our very diverse and international listenership of Freethought Radio.
Winning and challenging in the courts, debunking biblical and pseudo-constitutional arguments, and warning towns, states and universities to toe the constitutional line — it’s been a typical week for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.