We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have been in a mixed mode this week — part celebratory and part cautionary. We commemorated Bill of Rights Day with an urgent full-page ad in Wednesday’s New York Times. The text warns: “The scales of justice have been alarmingly tipped in favor of a privileged status for […]
After a couple of shorter weeks in the office due to our national convention and Thanksgiving, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have had a full, eventful week. (It was great seeing in person those of you who attended our conference in Boston!) Stick to the Constitution, people! We started off the week by […]
Boy, did we have our hands full at the Freedom From Religion Foundation this week.
This has been a turbocharged week for the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Every so often, the Freedom From Religion Foundation has to simultaneously tackle issues at several levels — national, state and local — and this week was one of those occasions.
Theocratic rebuttals, secular displays, a full-page New York Times ad, an essay contest, and member mobilization — a regular week for us here at FFRF.
Today is the day we turn the corner from darkness toward light. One shining example of this came early week, as FFRF was on the winning side of an important appeals court ruling.
A Christian evangelical group has co-opted Captain America and Spider-Man and several other comic book heroes (we kid you not!) to spread its proselytizing message to schoolkids.
On Monday, we petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to let stand our unanimous win before the New Jersey Supreme Court on behalf of the state’s taxpayers.