Special Weekly Report: We’re returning to normal activity

For a change, this week for us at the Freedom From Religion Foundation wasn’t dominated by the Trump administration! [Read more…]

Roadmap to theocracy: Bannon, Conway, DeVos part of cabal seeking to bring God into schools

Watch out! An appalling plan to wrap our public schools in religion has become public. [Read more…]

Special Weekly Report: Another busy period for us

It’s another week and another busy period for us here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Unlike the weeks before, this week the lion’s share of our time and energy was not spent focusing on the Trump administration. Instead, we were active in a number of different directions. [Read more…]

Possible Trump appointment could deliver bonanza for Falwell Jr.

The nation’s top evangelical wants to make sure his golden goose keeps on delivering him eggs forever. [Read more…]

Special Weekly Report: No letup for us here at FFRF

2017 has not let up for us here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. On arriving at the office Monday, we immediately responded to the Trump administration’s new visa rules. [Read more…]

Special Weekly Report: We’re in the middle of a whirlwind

We’re in the middle of a whirlwind at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Of course, the brand-new presidential administration can claim credit for that. [Read more…]

The thrill of marching in our nation’s capital

Like many others, I was initially skeptical about the effectiveness of a Women’s March on Washington. [Read more…]

Special Weekly Report: What a week!

Not all of our recent work has to do with our new president. There’s been a lot else going on for us, too. [Read more…]

Inauguration of Regression

On January 20, Dan Barker and Andrew Seidel discussed the Inauguration of Regression. [Read more…]

Trump inauguration shouldn’t have a prayer, but instead it’ll be a religious circus

By Annie Laurie Gaylor Co-President Freedom From Religion Foundation Donald Trump will start off his presidency by inserting religion into what should be the most secular of events — his public Inaugural on Friday. That’s not so unusual, unfortunately. What’s different about Trump’s choice of prayer officiants is that there are so many — six [Read More…]