July 24, 2018

Israel’s newest law exposes the crack in its founding vision, marking a moment when the most fundamentalist factions in the country have succeeded. Read more

July 23, 2018

Here are a few of the responses from our very diverse and international listenership of Freethought Radio. Read more

July 20, 2018

That’s why in the Atlanta area, we put up a large billboard urging folks in the South’s most bustling metropolis to discover our nation’s foundational wall: the one separating state and religion. Read more

July 20, 2018

There’s an overwrought lovefest going on with Russia, and it’s not confined to the Sycophant in Chief. Read more

July 18, 2018

Originalism has plenty of critics, and for good reason, but rarely does an originalist judge demonstrate the hypocrisy of originalism as completely as Brett Kavanaugh did in a 2010 opinion involving atheists suing Chief Justice John Roberts over presidential inaugurations. To understand how hypocritical that opinion was, we first have to understand what it means to be an originalist. Read more

July 13, 2018

We were kept in a hectic state by President Trump’s announcement of his Supreme Court pick, even more so because he chose to do it in the evening, primetime style. Read more

July 11, 2018

It caught us by surprise when we received an email from First Liberty Institute, touting what it called a “key fight for Religious Liberty” at the Supreme Court. Oh? Which case would that be? Read more

July 6, 2018

FFRF kicked off its 2018 voter registration campaign, in conjunction with other leading national secular groups, in picturesque Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Read more

July 3, 2018

Who among us has not cuddled up with our laptop on a Sunday evening to blog about the literal witchcraft and demonry that covertly seeks to corrupt our world? Read more

June 29, 2018

The Supreme Court handed down an egregious ruling on the Trump administration’s Muslim travel ban that affects all of us — including nonbelievers — who don’t belong to the favored majority religion. Read more

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