Coronavirus, the Constitution and the Supreme Court
We started off the week by convincing a Kentucky school district to adhere to the Constitution.
Supreme Court, Amber Guyger, billboards, prayer & cohabitation
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
Scholarships, television and more
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.
Never a dull moment
We are wishing a wonderful weekend of celebrating freethought to our staff and attendees at the convention this weekend.
Puppy abusers and clergy giveaways (with a round of college football)
We took a Texas sheriff to task after he arranged a prayer gathering as punishment for a person charged with leaving puppies at a dumpster.