U.S. judge allows Ten Commandments to remain at Oklahoma Capitol

What The New York Times gets wrong about religious liberty

American Atheists launches anti-Christmas billboards across the country

American Atheists’ ‘Skip Church’ This Christmas billboards aimed at non-believers in religious households, says AA president

American Atheists’ billboard campaign in Bible belt: ‘Skip Church’ this Christmas and stop listening to ‘Fairy Tales’

Challenge to Oklahoma 10 Commandments monument can move forward

Atheist national conference aims at Mormon church

American Atheists work to keep WTC cross out of 9/11 museum

CPAC un-invites American Atheists

American Atheists sue over Oklahoma Capitol Ten Commandments

Atheists Say Churches Should Have to File Form 990s

Atheists Go to Court Against IRS

It’s That Time of Year: Atheists Rev Up to Attack Christmas Once Again

Atheist group says Montgomery won’t respond, plans suit over dispatching clergy to crime scenes

Religion in school could be hot topic in Utah Legislature

SC: Atheists Challenge Elementary School Graduation In Chapel With Christian Prayers

    Religion Clause Blog: The complaint (full text) in American Humanist Association v. Greenville County School District, (D SC, filed 9/11/2013), claims that the graduation ceremony in the chapel also included two student-led Christian prayers that had been reviewed and approved by school staff.

  • Posted: 09/12/2013
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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