If you happen to win a “clean” five dollar bill at FFRF’s next convention, let me explain where it came from. Anne Gaylor, FFRF’s principal founder, coined the term “clean money” in reference to godless currency. If you’re lucky enough to own some currency issued prior to the 1955 law requiring the godly motto, you […]
The Freedom From Religion Foundation used the occasion of Independence Day to celebrate both the country’s freedom and its freedom, officially, from religion. Folks noticed.
Various suits against the national motto have previously failed because the U.S. Supreme Court pretends that “In God We Trust” isn’t religious. But any schoolkid can see that it is.
We’re trading overt bigotry for subtle bigotry. NC is ousting a racist for an anti-Semite. MS is replacing the confederate flag with a racist dog whistle.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation had a successful week. It began with the U.S. Supreme Court taking our side on Monday morning
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.
The calendar has turned to September, Labor Day is in the rear-view mirror, the kids are back in school, the leaves will begin turning colors soon and FFRF is, as always, on the case and on your side.
This has been a week of announcements and pronouncements for us here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
After our recent foray into Capitol Hill, the Freedom From Religion Foundation got back to the basics this week: tackling regional issues around the nation and obtaining ample media attention in the process.