As Halloween fast approaches, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is chasing off many unconstitutionally theocratic spectres. This includes shooing away religion from public education. That’s why we’ve filed a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief siding with the state of Maine in its refusal to use taxpayer money to fund religious education. “The state’s decision is […]
Some weeks here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, we simultaneously look back, reflect on the current moment and gaze into the future. For the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, we have repurposed a column from our Freethought Today newspaper that FFRF Co-President Dan Barker crafted in the immediate aftermath of the horror […]
We live in a colossal ocean of verbiage. Amid this never-stopping avalanche, a few special, exquisite, heart-gripping tales have locked into my psyche over the years, remaining there permanently.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation achieved a great deal in this week before the official start of spring.
Even in a comparatively light week, we had a lot going on at the Freedom From Religion Foundation.