There’s so much we have to share with you about what we’ve been up to in the past couple of weeks. Our objection to a student prayer broadcast at an Alabama high school’s football game has gotten a good amount of press attention. “The Freedom from Religion Foundation made public Wednesday a letter it sent […]
We’re constantly striving to ensure that the United States of America stays on the constitutionally straight and narrow, and so we feel gratified when our efforts bear fruit.
Within the ambit of state/church separation, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation deal with an astonishingly broad spectrum.
In response to an indefensible new South Dakota law mandating public-school display of “In God We Trust,” we’ve put up billboard messages in the state’s most prominent cities.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have to keep an eye on many things at once.
We’re celebrating a major victory for the Constitution and minority rights. Just yesterday, a reconstituted school board in Chino Valley, Calif., has decided not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court our victory at the 9th Circuit over its prayerful meetings.