In my line of work, I regularly come up against angry religious extremists who wish death upon me and all others who advocate for the constitutional separation of religion and government. My coworkers and I live with the constant reality that we are never entirely safe at work. Even so, I readily acknowledge that the chances of experiencing […]
Even our comparatively light weeks here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation often begin and end with a bang.
Freedom of religion means that nobody — neither the government nor the surrounding culture — can tell you what to believe.
A recent article by a creationist hack for the National Review (the flagship conservative publication) preposterously argues that Canada is stifling religious freedom and that we are headed in the same direction.
Rep. Mike Kelly, a devout Catholic and Notre Dame alum, likened the passage of the Affordable Care Act — the largest expansion of healthcare in 50 years — to the attack on Pearl Harbor, fumbling FDR’s famous line, saying, “I want you to remember August 1, 2012, the attack on our religious freedom. That is […]
Religious freedom demands that churches shouldn’t get federal funds to repair or rebuild. Yes, you read that correctly: religious freedom demands it.
The Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether a five-blank form (name, org. name, date, sign, address) is a burden on religious freedom. The cases are not about religious freedom, but about imposing religious dogma on others.
Sen. Orrin Hatch rages against a phantom enemy; really he’s upset about the coming end of Christian privilege in America.