Tag Archives: Freedom From Religion Foundation

Town stands up to atheist bullies, refuses to remove cross

It was way back in 1930 when the good people of Neosho, Missouri installed a giant, lighted cross in the Big Spring Park. The cross, about 60-feet long, was the centerpiece of the town’s annual Easter sunrise services. And while the sunrise services ended many years ago, the cross remained. Continue reading →

Wisconsin-Based Atheist Group Sues Trump Over Church Order

Gee, how can atheists be upset over something they don’t believe in? A Wisconsin-based atheist group has filed a lawsuit asking a federal judge to strike down President Donald Trump’s order easing enforcement of an IRS rule limiting religious organizations’ political activity. Continue reading →

Supporters guard veterans memorial after city pulls cross

A veterans memorial in Minnesota lost one cross but gained more than a dozen others — and a security detail — over the weekend after supporters argued that the city caved to the Freedom from Religion Foundation.

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‘God Bless America’ signs fly after atheist group targets post office banner

A Midwestern community has united in a show of patriotism after an atheist organization targeted a local post office’s “God Bless America” poster. Freedom from Religion Foundation cried foul after the group noticed a “God Bless America” banner that employees at a post office in Pittsburg, Kan., had erected after Sept. 11, 2001. A lawsuit filed by FFRF on behalf of a Pittsburg resident forced the banner down in late January, The Christian Post reported.

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IRS ignores deadline to reveal details of deal with atheists

A complaint alleges that the IRS was supposed to provide key information about a case in which it allegedly monitored various churches for suspected political activity, but refused to release details because the group that had complained withdrew its complaint.

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