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May 22 in freethought history…

May 22, 2013 – Newly elected Pope Francis delivers a homily, in which he seems to imply that atheists may go to Heaven: “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, … Continue reading

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FFRF sues Rhode Island florist

Bigotry is the gift that keeps on giving. Last year, when student Jessica Ahlquist won her battle to have a religious banner removed from her public high school, the Freedom From Religion Foundation decided to congratulate her with a delivery … Continue reading

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Marilyn Loeffel’s Wrong Perspective

How bass-ackwards can any one person get things?  To find out, one need only read the latest column by Marilyn Loeffel in the Memphis, Tennessee Commercial Appeal.  Loeffel is the “former chairman of the Shelby (Tennessee) County Commission and former … Continue reading

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Will “In God We Trust” be set in stone?

Not if the Freedom from Religion Foundation has anything to do with it.  FFRF is suing to prevent Congress from engraving the national motto “In God We Trust” as well as the Pledge of Allegiance–which includes the words “under God”–in … Continue reading

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