We oppose bad ideas
We here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation had our hands full this week opposing bad ideas.
Undeniably awful: Lobbyists for Christian privilege issue fallacious ‘report’
Andrew Seidel, constitutional attorney with FFRF, exposes serious flaws in a “report” attempting to peddle the false narrative that Christians are heavily and increasingly persecuted in America.
Christian School: Not giving a government megaphone for our prayer is a “prayer ban”
FFRF Staff Attorney Andrew Seidel exposes the Religious Right’s misinformation about a “prayer ban.” In reality, everyone was allowed to pray, they government simply did not lend a megaphone to those prayers–which was the right call.
Legal ministry to file suit against school district so coach can illegally pray with students
“Liberty Institute is going to initiate legal proceedings this week to defend Coach Kennedy…” ~Mike Berry, Senior Counsel for the Liberty Institute Liberty Institute, a Christian legal ministry, is apparently going to sue the Bremerton School District for asking a coach to comply with the law and not pray with his players. Many other federal […]
The Christian Right’s shortsighted legal strategy actually promotes atheism and LGTBQ rights
Freedom From Religion Foundation attorney Andrew L. Seidel discusses the Christian right’s legal strategy and how it continually backfires, giving atheist and LGBTQ messages greater access and impact proportionally.
Liberty Institute awards FFRF ‘blue ribbon’
The Liberty Institute, an obscure group of theocrats based in Texas, released its annual “Survey of Hostility to Religion in America.” The survey, ironically titled “Undeniable,” is full of misinformation, twisted facts, and erroneous conclusions. My friend Rob Boston at Americans United has helped debunk several of the stories that the Institute has used previously. But I […]