The experience of students and parents who stand up when their public school forces religion on them was the untold story at the White House yesterday.
It’s very early in the year, but we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation are already off to a blazing start. Educating members of Congress (and governors) Our back-and-forth with a member of Congress from Alabama has gotten media attention after we rebuked a school district in his state for allowing a team baptism on […]
Despite the shortened week for the New Year’s celebrations, here at FFRF our collective noses were still at the proverbial grindstone.
Fact-checkers surprisingly overlooked President Trump’s breathtakingly false claim at last week’s National Prayer Breakfast that “extending the vote for women” was “led by people of faith and started in prayer.”
In the service of our mission, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation were more resilient than the U.S. Postal Service in enduring the polar vortex.
It’s high time to ask evangelicals the question an attorney famously once asked Sen. Joe McCarthy: Have you no sense of decency?
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation were constantly setting the record straight this week.