Wasteful spending: Congress pays clergy $66,000/hour to pray

The House and Senate chaplains’ have a budget of more than $800,000 every year… and their only job is to say a prayer about 85 times every year. [Read more…]

Special Report: All politics is local—and national

“All politics is local.” We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation took former House Speaker Tip O’Neill’s adage to heart this past week. [Read more…]

Freethinking feminists to grace new U.S. currency along with Tubman

By Annie Laurie Gaylor Co-President Freedom From Religion Foundation Hallelujah, if an atheist may say so! Yes, women are finally slated to appear on U.S. currency for the first time in U.S. history, as Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew announced on Wednesday. I’d say it’s about time, but it appears the wait is not over. [Read More…]

Fact averse Ken Ham distorts FFRF’s mission

Facts are not Ken Ham’s friend. Like a child sticking his fingers in his ears and screaming “LA-LA-LA-LA-LA,” he goes out of his way to avoid them. But FFRF Attorney Andrew Seidel explains reality to Ham. [Read more…]

‘Stop dividing our school,’ say students to Wisconsin ‘Jesus Lunch’ crowd

FFRF Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor discusses the Jesus Lunch protest. [Read more…]

OMG, only atheists are allowed to say ‘Oh My God!’ from now on

FFRF’s Andrew Seidel declares the phrase “Oh my God,” which uses gods to express disbelief, to be for atheist use only. [Read more…]

The Christian hypocrisy of “In God We Trust”

Courts have said that trusting in god is not a religious statement, why aren’t Christians crying persecution? [Read more…]

Special Report: We’re holding the fort

FFRF Communications Director Amit Pal talks about FFRF’s recent complaints and litigation. [Read more…]

God’s Not Dead 2: An Atheist Law Student’s Perspective

FFRF Legal Extern Chris Line reviews the latest faith-based movie, God’s Not Dead 2. [Read more…]

Churches are draining New Yorkers bank account; Harlem hate pastor accidentally sheds light on a troubling exemption

By Andrew L. Seidel Staff Attorney Freedom From Religion Foundation “Jesus would stone homos, stoning is still the law,” the Harlem church’s sign proclaimed. But for that noxious sign, I might never have discovered that New York City taxpayers foot a substantial water and sewage bill for the city’s 9,500 churches, synagogues and mosques. Atlah World Missionary [Read More…]


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