An elementary school in Florida was caught promoting the Good News Club and a prayer function. Their reaction? Cover it up.
After an FFRF complaint about a Christian flag at a TX school, 3 students attached flags to their trucks. If you ask Todd Starnes though, it was a ‘convoy.’
Good News Club volunteers are breaking the law again, this time in Wisconsin. Can parents do anything about it? I have an idea.
Winter is coming.
Among the most disgusting of the GNC’s operating procedures is how they attempt to deceive parents with a rather innocuous-looking permission slip as an introduction to their emotionally abusive intimidation mill.
Attendees will be able to pick and choose which speakers and workshops they attend among five different conference rooms in the hotel operating simultaneously.
While the lawsuit does seek to address the school district’s blatant disregard for both a judge’s order and the law concerning promotion of religion in public schools, it’s only asking the court to award plaintiffs $1 each in damages (plus court costs). The lawsuit isn’t meant to bankrupt the district; rather, it’s meant to safeguard non-Christians from the tyrannical and often threatening Christians seeking to use public, taxpayer-funded institutions to proselytize their personal religious beliefs.
Rev. Mark Creech, a columnist at the Christian Post, published an article this morning addressing Ron Reagan’s participation in last year’s FFRF.org ad. The 30-second spot …
The City of Utica, NY Fire Department has been under scrutiny this past week after complaints have been made regarding a sign posted outside their …
When you get your “news” from right-wing websites like CNS News, you tend to have a misinformed view of reality. CNS News stands for Cybercast …