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The Freedom From Religion Foundation accused Judge Tammy Kemp of violating church-state separation by proselytizing to the convicted former police officer.
South Dakota lawmakers who introduced the bill hope the new mandate inspires patriotism in schools across the state, according to The Associated Press.
For atheists, humanists, Satanists and other secular folk, Christmas is a season for political activism.
uponreligion.com Should our epoch be any different if this is the track record for historic religions? Is it part of our
Is government prayer time only open to those who want to talk about God?
Arizona state Rep. Juan Mendez says he just wants to be included.
Arkansas recently approved a measure to build a statue of the Ten Commandments on the state capitol grounds.
“It’s really misusing the authority of the coach to promote his personal religious agenda.”
"I think it's really an attempt to try to get people angry and make it divisive so the public officials involved will suppress
"There couldn’t be a more flagrant violation of the Constitution than a direct cash donation to a Christian ministry for
“That is great news,” Markert said of the school’s decision. “Putting religious imagery on public school property is unconstitutional
Separately, in a federal court case in Kentucky, atheists are challenging IRS regulations that exempt religious groups from
Wayne Hensler, an atheist farmer in his mid-80s, has purchased an atheist-themed billboard in Janesville, Wis. as a “legacy
Elsewhere in the country, some of FFRF's nearly 20,000 members fought back against a recent newspaper ad campaign by Hobby
Yet Another Call to Ban the Teaching of Evolution: Bad for Science, Worse for Religion and Legally Embarrassing
Not only is there nothing controversial about evolutionary processes, they are regularly observed and measured in the laboratory and the field. No scientific manuscript discussing evolution, no biology textbook explaining evolution, argues that evolutionary theory makes any claims about the existence of any deity.
Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-president of the nearly 20,000-member group, told the Wisconsin State Journal that recent high-profile