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Steve Pinker guest on FFRF’s TV show this week

One of the most eminent public intellectuals in the world is the guest on the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s TV show this week, talking about his new course on rationality.If you don’t live in the 27 percent of the country’s markets where “Freethought Matters” broadcasts on Sunday, you can alrea

How you can protest Judiciary Committee vote to approve zealot Amy Barrett

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s vote to advance Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court means her approval by the full Senate is now a foregone conclusion. And that’s all the more reason to keep fighting.We are grateful to you and other FFRF supporters who responded to our action alerts

Preview of Secular Day of the Dead on ‘Ask an Atheist’ — sign up now!

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is excited to be co-sponsoring and co-hosting an upcoming global Secular Day of the Dead event, which is previewed on FFRF’s live “Ask an Atheist” program on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at noon Central. (If you miss the live show, the program can be accessed and subscribe

Halt coach-student praying, FFRF tells Tenn. district

Stop football coaches from praying with their students, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is insisting to a Tennessee school district.The football coaching staff at Stone Memorial High School, in the Cumberland County School District, joined a public prayer with students after a football game aga

SBA expands outrageous church exemption

Through an “interim final rule,” the Small Business Administration has just announced that recipients of $50,000 or less in taxpayer-funded forgivable loans under the Paycheck Protection Program can have their loans forgiven even if they’ve violated rules prohibiting them from firing employees or re