This week at the Freedom From Religion Foundation, we took on the big guns — sometimes literally.
This is a first-person account about the ongoing religious divisiveness in Sri Lanka.
When the city of Ozark in Missouri initially agreed with our constitutionally sound request to remove a lighted cross from a public park, it caused an uproar.
On Thursday, we filed a lawsuit in D.C. District Court against the IRS on behalf of our charitable arm, Nonbelief Relief.
The Supreme Court handed down an egregious ruling on the Trump administration’s Muslim travel ban that affects all of us — including nonbelievers — who don’t belong to the favored majority religion.
That Beatles classic often comes to mind to us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation when we assess what we accomplish each week.
Some weeks, we here at FFRF get so much done, it’s hard for us to believe it ourselves.
Roman Catholic fundamentalist Angelo Stagnaro has maligned me and the Freedom From Religion Foundation — and the freethought movement as a whole.