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...]

A Response to the National Day of Prayer

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is celebrating the National Day of Prayer by launching a brand new bus ad campaign in Madison, Wisconsin: The ad campaign’s theme is “America is not a Christian nation.” Signs on bus interiors and exteriors display seven different messages that highlight America’s secular heritage. Here are the six ads that [Read More...]

FFRF Featured in New York Times

In case you missed it, there was a fantastic article about the Freedom From Religion Foundation in the New York Times on Saturday. They were featured because of their recent court victory in which a judge declared the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional. The court ruling drew fire from the private National Day of Prayer [Read More...]

Behind the Scenes: FFRF’s Dan Barker on The Daily Show

In case you missed it, about a month ago, the Freedom From Religion Foundation‘s co-president Dan Barker appeared on The Daily Show to talk about the group’s campaign to fight the Mother Teresa stamp. Here’s how it played out: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c [Read more...]

Liveblogging FFRF on The Daily Show

Alright, I’m jealous that Dan Barker has met Jason Jones. They’re mocking FFRF. But it’s pretty damn funny. Dan Barker comes off looking intelligent and level-headed and reasonable about what they are trying to accomplish and what they reasonably can accomplish. Ooh… Barker now comes off attacking Mother Teresa. Which is tough to do without [Read More...]