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DOJ says Christian employers should be allowed to make women wear skirts

The Trump administration is going to court to get trans people fired and force women to dress like Christian conservatives think they should.

DNC resolution on nonbelievers a historic step – Freedom From Religion Foundation

For the first time in U.S. history, a major political party has warmly welcomed freethinkers. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has adopted a re…

Kentucky clerk who refused same-sex marriage licenses can be sued

The Kentucky county clerk who in 2015 gained widespread attention for refusing t…

Elizabeth Warren Has Her Finest Moment Yet

During her CNN Townhall, Elizabeth Warren had the finest moment of her candidacy so far. John Iadarola breaks it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage…

Bladensburg ruling a shameful legacy for the Supreme Court | Freethought Today

It should have been an easy call, but the U.S. Supreme Court blew it. The government-owned, government-maintained, 40-foot-tall Christian cross dominating the landscape in Bladensburg, Md., does not violate the First Amendment, seven justices inexcusably decided on June 20. One would expect to find a Christian cross — the pre-eminent symbol of Christianity — […]

Conversion Therapy Ringleaders Arrested for Trafficking Boys

Gary Wiggins and his wife, Meaghan Wiggins, who’ve been hopping from state to state opening abusive “religious” camps, have finally been arrested.

Mormon church warning: Beware of those fancy coffee drinks

The new guidance, found in the August issue of a church youth magazine, reflect growing concern about young Latter-day Saints’ adherence to the rules.

Team Rugged ~Discipline in Training Promo~

This video shows is a set of choreographed moves crossed with weapons training performed by TR (Team Rugged) team leader Patrick Caughran accompanied by TR g…

KY Lawmaker Behind “In God We Trust” Law Slams Schools Using “Silly Loopholes”

State Rep. Brandon Reed is furious that schools are following the law that he wrote.

Ohio man posted about mass shootings, attacking Planned Parenthood and federal agents, authorities say

Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Boardman teenager with making threats against law enforcement, following an investigation that showed him supporting mass shootings and living in a house with 25 guns and 10,000 rounds of ammunition, records show.