Women’s History Month started this week, and we are recognizing the important role that women have played in fighting for the separation of church and state and religious freedom.
Sixty-five years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down one of its most important church-state decisions.
On Tuesday I flew to New England to speak to a humanist group in Worcester, Mass. It was a great event, and I pleased to see so many people venture out on a cold night to hear what I had to say.
As I surveyed the crowd from the podium, I spotted an old friend in the third row: Ellery Schempp.