American Atheists and FFRF Sue Internal Revenue Service – Again

On December 21, American Atheists, Atheists of Northern Indiana, and Atheist Archives of Kentucky joined together and filed suit against the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for giving preferential tax treatment to churches and religious organizations. Last Thursday, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) and Triangle Freethought Society, a North Carolina group, filed a similar suit. [Read More...]

Whence Cometh “Separation of Church and State”?

For some reason, over the last few days I’ve gotten a number of irascible Facebook posts, nasty emails, and all around ugly comments aimed in my direction. This one was more politely worded than most: Would you be so kind as to show me where In the Constitution or the Bill of Rights you find [Read More...]

IRS Investigation of Church Political Activity, Redux

Right out of the gate, my first post ever on WWJTD, and the next thing I know I’m seeing my chosen topic everyfreakingwhere on the Interwebz, and my information was … not as good as I thought it was. Shit. I’m embarrassed. This had better not be a harbinger of things to come, I mutter [Read More...]

School Choir Sings Religious Songs

So, I’ve got my first legal question to answer for WWJTD.   Question: Our children, Chris and Meg, are participating in a choir at school. All the songs in their upcoming recital are religious songs. I want to complain and raise a huge stink, get the media involved, and sue, but my wife, Lois, urges [Read More...]

Lesson One: Become an Atheist Activist Today

  It’s election time again, which means that now is the perfect time for atheist activism. I know a way for you to become an effective atheist activist without ever leaving the safety of your keyboard, and I’m going to share it with you. Come on – let me see a show of hands – [Read More...]


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