There are times when I think we should just round up every church-state attorney we can find, fly them down to Texas and start suing school districts until they behave.
We’ve been telling you for months about all the church-state problems that would arise if Florida’s misleading Amendment 8 passes on Nov. 6.
Americans United's office is closed because of Hurricane Sandy. The Wall of Separation will be on hiatus until we reopen.
It’s almost Halloween, so I guess it’s not surprising that some of the rhetoric by opponents of marriage equality is getting very scary.
Religious freedom need not be a complicated concept. You can believe what you like. You have the right to worship the god (or gods) of your choice – or worship no god at all if you like.
As part of a backroom deal, the city council of Raleigh, N.C., has decided to provide $150,000 so the Jehovah’s Witnesses can hold a major event locally.
Should public schools allow clergy to come onto campus and proselytize students?
Of course not.
The Religious Right makes it seem like nearly every pastor in America would endorse political candidates from the pulpit if only the pesky tax code didn’t prohibit it, but a new survey shows that couldn’t be further from the truth.