We at Freedom From Religion Foundation this week grappled, as we usually do, with an assortment of matters — and got a good amount of attention in the media while doing so.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation had a successful week. It began with the U.S. Supreme Court taking our side on Monday morning
The things we accomplish — and have to contend with — here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation are sometimes hard to believe.
History was critical to the Supreme Court’s decision in the Bladensburg cross case, so why did the court get so much wrong?
History over principle. That’s a fair summary of the Supreme Court’s decision last week to allow a 40-foot-tall Christian cross to remain on a public traffic circle in Bladensburg, Md..
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.
We are wishing a wonderful weekend of celebrating freethought to our staff and attendees at the convention this weekend.
The Texas State Board of Education is rewriting history. The Board’s proposals to cut out Helen Keller and Hillary Clinton have stoked the culture war, but they’ve also overshadowed a more alarming historical revision: the Board’s claim that Moses and the Ten Commandments were a crucial influence on the Founders.
Complain, contact, win. Lather, rinse, repeat.
A bill to put “In God We Trust” in public schools. A resolution declaring this the “Year of the Bible.” Another bill declaring that “wildlife found in this state is the property of Almighty God.” A law mandating the placement of a Ten Commandments monument on public land. These moves are unconstitutional because the government […]