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SHERIFF TO ATHEIST GROUP: "WE WON'T BE BULLIED. I ONLY BOW TO ONE MAN—BUT YOU DON'T BELIEVE IN HIM ANYWAY"

An Illinois sheriff called freethinking Freedom From Religion Foundation representatives oppressors, and is vowing not to back down from their legal threats after they said the two nativity scenes erected at the local courthouse last month were unconstitutional. 468 more words

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why dogs are better than religion

  1. nobody’s ever been burned at the stake, hanged, or tortured over his/her favorite kind of dog
  2. no dogs will kill you for not believing you’re a dog…
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Antonin Scalia tries to tear down that wall (the one between church and state)

On Saturday, Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court Justice, conservative, Catholic, and “originalist” (one who thinks that law must ultimately rest on the original and unchangeable meaning conveyed by the authors of the US Constitution) gave a short speech at Archbishop Rummel High School, a Catholic school in Metairie, Louisiana. 1,277 more words

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Hitch on Christmas

As you might expect, the curmudgeonly Christopher Hitchens was none too fond of Christmas and its religious connotations.  The Independent has reprinted his essay “The true spirit of Christmas,” 423 more words

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pinkie finger

adding the most ulnar to remove a little knuckle dragging

some must-shut-out-the-holiday has occurred in the form of reading the very interesting and intriguing book, … 684 more words

Religion

Yale students sign petition to repeal First Amendment

Yes, this is from Fox News, but are you going to reject it because of that? Comedian Ami Horowitz went onto the Yale Campus with a petition asking for the repeal of the First Amendment (you can see how he sells that: it allows people to be insulted, to experience microagressions, and so on), and he collected 50 signatures in less than an hour. 85 more words

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Unto Us a Bill is Born!

This ad just “appeared” miraculously in the New York Times.

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