“I’m An Atheist & I Vote” Signs Are Now on Buses and Bike Kiosks All Over Washington, D.C.

A new advertising campaign in Washington, D.C. by the Freedom From Religion Foundation features young people (some of whom work for FFRF) saying, “I’m an Atheist & I Vote.” Some of them also promote “atheist pride” clothing.

The ads will appear on buses, bus stops, and bike kiosks over the next two weeks, leading up to the Reason Rally.

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Sarcastic Billboard Asking Why Jesus Rules the Air Force Academy Rejected for Being “Not Factual”

The Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs is practically the home base for evangelical Christians looking to proselytize in the military. It’s constantly in the news for leaders pushing their faith onto cadets.

President Obama is scheduled to deliver the final commencement address of his administration there on June 2, so the Military Religious Freedom Foundation figured it was as good a time as any to make a point about the importance of church/state separation at the institution. To that end, they designed this billboard to alert Obama to the situation in the hopes that he could do something about it:

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20 Billboards Just Went Up in Sioux Falls, SD Letting Atheists Know They’re Not Alone

The Sioux Falls Atheists just put up 20 billboards — mostly digital — to let local atheists know they’re not alone. While the signs are mostly identical, a couple of the variants may raise some eyebrows… you can see those below, near the bottom.

(Graphic designers: Prepare for the heart attack.)

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Ad Vendors Refuse to Take Atheist Group’s Money for “Genocide and Incest Park” Billboard

A couple of months ago, the Tri-State Freethinkers responded to the soon-to-open Noah’s Ark theme park (Ark Encounter) by raising money for a billboard reminding everyone what that story also represents: genocide and incest.

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Unfortunately, the media coverage of the campaign may have spooked the billboard company that was going to put it up.

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In Downtown Chicago, a Catholic Group’s Easter Display Has Some Godless Company Once Again

For the third straight year, downtown Chicago’s Daley Plaza is home to a couple of 8-foot tall banners promoting separation of church and state:

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