Judge Says Nativity Play in Indiana School District’s Holiday Concert Was Illegal

For more than a year now, there’s been a legal battle raging over a Nativity scene in an Indiana high school’s holiday concert. A judge has finally ruled that the Nativity scene is illegal, though a revised version of the scene can remain in place.

This scene belongs in a church play, not a public school concert.

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Michael Reagan, the Former President’s Son, Is Furious That His Brother Is An “Unabashed Atheist”

You may have caught an ad featuring Ron Reagan, the son of the former President, on CNN and MSNBC this week. In it, Ron says he’s an “unabashed atheist” who’s “not afraid of burning in hell,” before encouraging viewers to join FFRF. The commercial has infuriated his brother Michael Reagan, who says their father is “crying in Heaven” over it.


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Why is a Taxpayer-Funded Bridge at Villanova University Promoting Christianity?

Villanova University students will soon be able to cross a busy street using a pedestrian bridge, after Radnor Township officials approved it as part of a $285 million expansion project. But why is a bridge paid for in part by local taxpayers promoting Christianity?


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Ask Richard: High School Student Faces Dilemma Over Reporting School’s Church/State Violations

Should a high school student report her school after teachers invited a Christian comedian to perform at an important fundraiser? Richard Wade has a sensible response for her.


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Atheist Threatened Over Ten Commandments Lawsuit: “You Should Be Dragged In the Street and Shot”

One of the atheists who sued to remove a Ten Commandments monument outside Valley High School in New Kensington, PA is receiving death threats after the District settled the case and agreed to pay the atheists’ legal fees.


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