Special weekly report: We want folks to adhere to the Constitution

All that we ask at the Freedom From Religion Foundation is that folks adhere to the Constitution. But even then, people sometimes don’t listen. [Read more…]

On Fox News, Huckabee bungles the Constitution and Pensacola Cross

By Andrew L. Seidel Staff Attorney Freedom From Religion Foundation On Monday, June 19, FFRF won our case against a 34-foot Christian cross erected on government property in Pensacola, Fla., which we litigated with our friends at the American Humanist Association. The judge ruled that the cross has to come down. On Tuesday, Fox News, [Read More…]

Special weekly report: We oppose bad ideas

We here at the Freedom From Religion Foundation had our hands full this week opposing bad ideas. [Read more…]

Special weekly report: We tackle so many different things

We tackle so many different things here every week at the Freedom from Religion Foundation. [Read more…]

Special weekly report: We’re setting the record straight

We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation were constantly setting the record straight this week. [Read more…]

Handmaids in Gilead move over —you have company in the United States

Catholic bishops will now determine the contraceptive rights of working U.S. women. [Read more…]

God’s not fixing climate change, he’s making it worse

By Andrew L. Seidel Staff Attorney Freedom From Religion Foundation As we believers in science and reason lament President Trump pulling out of the Paris Accord, Christian politicians are lauding the decision to ignore climate change because god will “take care of it.” U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg is a former pastor who represents Michigan’s 7th [Read More…]

Special weekly report: We’re on top of things

A lot was happening around us this week, but we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation stayed on top of things. [Read more…]

Special weekly report: We call it as we see it

We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation call it as we see it, whether at home or abroad. [Read more…]

What evangelical policy means for women worldwide

By Molly Hanson Editorial Writer Freedom From Religion Foundation Earlier this year, President Trump ― circled by a half-dozen men in the Oval Office ― signed an executive order restricting the autonomy of women across the globe. The order, signed back in January, froze foreign aid or federal funding for international health organizations that provide [Read More…]