Tufts University’s Nondiscrimination Policy No Longer Applies to Religious Student Groups

Last year, Steven Jackson got kicked out of his leadership position in the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) chapter at the University of Buffalo.

The reason? He was gay. [Read more...]

Outside a Fire Station, a Manger, a Menorah, and… What?!

At a fire station outside Deerfield Beach, Florida, there’s a Nativity Scene and a menorah. And, with the help of the ACLU, atheist Chaz Stevens just added a display of his own to the mix: [Read more...]

When the War on Christmas Goes Too Far…

This is the Christmas tree in The Willows senior apartment building complex in Newhall, California.

The sign says “Please save our tree” because someone in upper management told them they weren’t allowed to have it because it was a religious symbol. [Read more...]

They Must Have Been Imaginary Friends

Breaking news, everyone: Dolly figured out the conspiracy! [Read more...]

When Godless Money Hurts a Business

We’ve all seen examples of passive-aggressive atheist activism: Downvoting pro-religion posts on Reddit. Putting a warning label on hotel room Bibles. Crossing “In God We Trust” off of dollar bills. We can debate whether any of that makes a difference, but the point I want to make is that we believe these actions hurt no one. You make your point. You move on. [Read more...]