Freedom From Religion Foundation Puts Up 20 Billboards in Florida

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is going billboard-crazy in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida this month, putting up 20 ads around the area (at a cost of $3,500): FFRF’s newest message, showing the face of a penny saying “In Reason We Trust,” is debuting in Tampa. The Foundation points out that “In God We Trust” [Read More...]

Hey, Chicago Tribune, What Up With That?

Because I read the Chicago Tribune article about the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s latest bus ads online last night, I didn’t pay too much attention to the print version in today’s paper. When I checked it out earlier today, though, I noticed this at the end of the article, urging people to comment on the [Read More...]

New FFRF Bus Ad in Chicago Causing Controversy

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has a new ad going up on 75 Chicago buses this month: “Obviously, there are many reasons to reject religion, most of them intellectual,” said Dan Barker, FFRF co-president. “But face it — one of the immediate benefits of quitting church, besides getting a 10 percent raise because you can [Read More...]

Dan Barker Pwns Fox News Anchor

Man, it feels good to watch this clip. Dan Barker, co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, schools the FOX News Channel rookie anchor in why the National Day of Prayer in unconstitutional: You almost feel bad for the kid… until you realize he’s just parroting the right-wing talking points on the matter. Hope he [Read More...]

FFRF’s Full Page Ad in the NYT

In case you missed it, today’s New York Times includes a full page ad from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. It explains how the National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional (click image for PDF): Talk about an advertising blitz. This ad plus the bus ads which go up in Madison today will no doubt generate [Read More...]