After a long weekend (which we hope was restful for all of you), we charged full steam ahead as soon as we got back to work.
It’s amazing how much we’re able to accomplish in an average week here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. We strongly objected to two pet obsessions of the Religious Right on national display in recent days.
This was a week at the FFRF in which we didn’t get tired of winning (if you may forgive us purloining the phrase from an unlikely source).
FFRF has already sued the IRS on a nearly identical issue and won.
Amid all the political turmoil rocking our nation, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation remained steadily focused on our core mission this week.
Thrilling Christian conservative audience, Trump vows to lift ban on politicking, appoint antiabortion judges That recent Washington Post headline is raising an issue that FFRF confronts regularly, one we’ve even sued the IRS over: church politicking. Given the news coverage, it’s worth revisiting some of the reasons why this “ban” exists. The law is simple: Tax-exempt […]