By Annie Laurie Gaylor Co-President Freedom From Religion Foundation It’s astonishing that figures as polarizing and doctrinaire as Ann Coulter would seriously be in contention to serve as press secretary under Donald Trump. I suppose we should be grateful that so far Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly haven’t been mentioned. But their sometimes cohort, Laura [Read More…]
We’ve been gearing up for “December Madness” and for the challenges of a Trump presidency. And we’ve had a delightful number of victories on the state/church front (plus an interesting run-in with the Catholic League). [Read more…]
Along with the rest of the country, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have been dealing with the fallout of the presidential elections. But that wasn’t all what we were involved with during the past week. [Read more…]
Not surprisingly, the elections were our focus this week here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation. But we didn’t let that monopolize our attention. [Read more…]
If he’s given control of our nation’s education system, FFRF has little doubt that Carson will abuse it. He will abuse a public office that belongs to We the People to foist his personal religion on other people’s children. But before accepting this appointment, Carson should know that FFRF is going to pummel him with the First Amendment. [Read more…]
Dark and difficult times may lie ahead, but know this:
We are going to fight like hell.
We are going to fight like hell to defend the wall of separation.
We are going to fight like hell to protect the First Amendment.
We are going to fight like hell, for you. [Read more…]
Election issues, victories, radio, and planning a commemoration—so much we manage to do in a week, and it’s all because of the support and patronage of our members and benefactors. [Read more…]
Any media attention that we receive here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation furthers our cause — and this week was exceptional. [Read more…]
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have in the past week been grappling with election-related issues. But by no means has that distracted us from our other work. [Read more…]
Lots of people vote in churches, but the government needs to rethink mixing state and church. [Read more…]