While much of the nation swelters under the blast of a massive heat wave this week, FFRF has spent the week trying to keep the heat on public officials. FFRF condemns DeSantis’ smear of nonreligious FFRF was definitely chilled by remarks from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis that imply people who lack a “religious foundation” are […]
While the Supreme Court axed the best hope for defeating the spread of Covid — the Biden Administration’s OSHA rules — it is at least a secular blessing that it has permitted the self-evident need for a vaccination mandate for federal healthcare workers. (Because if someone wants to be in healthcare, the least they can […]
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has been concentrating on issues of critical importance this week. What can be more important than getting people vaccinated to help end the pandemic? This is why FFRF Director of Strategic Response Andrew L. Seidel argued in a new column for Religion Dispatches that vaccine mandates are constitutional, and religious […]
The only safeguard against religious crankery is freethought — the willingness to critique religion based on reason rather than faith.
Within the ambit of state/church separation, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation deal with an astonishingly broad spectrum.