Yesterday wasn't a great day for church-state separation. President George W.
If you're going to Birmingham, Ala., tomorrow, don't forget to take your sackcloth and ashes!
My time at Americans United comes to an end next week. I've learned a lot in my three years here, but the one thing I still cannot understand is why the Religious Right flat-out lies.
The late Jerry Falwell's son, Jonathan, is distraught over the state of our national ethics.
Baby-Steps In The Bayou: Federal Judge Says Religious Display Was Unconstitutional, But Lets Altered Display Stay
The dispute over Jesus & Co. hanging in a Slidell, La., courthouse ended last week with a mostly favorable ruling by U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle.
Here we go again. There's another public school teacher out there inappropriately bringing religion into the classroom. This time it's John Freshwater, a science teacher at Mount Vernon Middle School in Ohio, who's refusing to remove a Bible from his classroom desk.
Any movie buff will tell you that when a studio refuses to make a film available for advance screening by professional critics, chances are you're dealing with a dog.
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI told reporters that the United States' secular government had allowed religious belief and expression to flourish.