There’s so much that’s happened over the past week — and so much for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation to grapple with. “Thoughts and prayers” are not enough for mass shootings and never have been, we said in response to the awful Texas school killings. “Prayer is a way of pretending that you’re […]
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation are used to dealing with over-the-top theocratic officials but this week was in a league by itself.
Summer is over and theocrats are back at it again, trying to force their religious agenda on our secular republic.
Even relatively calmer weeks here for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation are just that — calmer only relatively.
When Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton got wind that a public school administrator was trying to keep her school a welcoming place for all students, including minority religious and nonreligious students, Paxton took up arms, calling the decision an “attack on religious liberty and a violation of the First Amendment.”
We’re engaged at every level Here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, we have to be regularly engaged at every level. What’s wrong with being an atheist? We keep a close watch on the national news, and so quickly responded to the weekend revelations that some DNC officials had tried to smear Bernie Sanders as […]
FFRF Director of Communications Amit Pal explains why the prevalent emotion at the Freedom From Religion Foundation is excitement.
Christian privilege is an insidious cancer prevalent in this country. This time the victim is a 14-year-old prankster with an irreverent sense of humor. The unidentified teen posted pictures of himself and a Jesus statue in which it appears the Lord is fellating the teen. Sure, the photo is tasteless. But poor taste is not a crime […]