Jesus’ Letter to Joseph

Who knew Jesus wrote a letter to Joseph?! You were a pretty good stepdad to me over the years so I think it is time I told you the truth — the truth about my father. As you know, you’re not my father. But what you don’t know, and what none of my followers know, [Read More...]

Weatherford City Council Replaces Moment of Silence with Prayer

The city of Weatherford, Texas wants to be sued. You know how I know? Because I read the last sentence of this article: Councilwoman Heidi Wilder said she felt that the possibility of litigation would be “remote.” Take a *wild* guess as to why someone might sue them… YES! More prayer. Because moments of silence [Read More...]

The City of Ardmore, Oklahoma Just Handed FFRF the Keys to a Lawsuit

Don’t you love it when reporters ask someone a “gimme” question and the person misses it completely? In Ardmore, Oklahoma, all City Commissioners meetings begin with a prayer. The Freedom From Religion Foundation is trying to put a stop to that. That might be tough since it’s a completely non-denominational prayer, right? When asked directly, [Read More...]

An Update on the South Carolina Graduation Prayer

Max Nielson has made sure that the lawsuit he’s filed against Lexington/Richland School District 5 will live on even though he graduated at the end of May. He now has two co-plaintiffs who have signed on (PDF): Dakota McMillan (class of 2014) and Jacob Zupan (class of 2013). Both “reasonably anticipate constitutional injury” similar to Nielson’s due [Read More...]

This Needs a Caption…

When Catholics were rallying for “religious freedom” on Friday, members of the Freedom From Religion Foundation were counter-protesting right alongside them in Madison, Wisconsin: That last one seems worthy of a caption… What is the yellow-shirt-wearing “liberal media” guy telling FFRF co-president Dan Barker? [Read more...]


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