Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)


Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)

The Freedom From Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., is a national association of freethinkers (atheists, agnostics) that has been working since 1978 to keep church and state separate.

Location: Madison
Members: 703
Latest Activity: Dec 26, 2017

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Annie Laurie Gaylor Addresses NOFS "Freethought Fiesta"

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Loren Miller Nov 22, 2016. 6 Replies

This past April, the Northern Ohio Freethought Society sponsored a "Freethought Fiesta," which among other things featured some terrific Mexican cooking for attendees and a talk by Freedom From…Continue

Tags: Annie Laurie Gaylor, Northern Ohio Freethought Society, Freedom From Religion Foundation

Human soul

Started by Lemual Poot. Last reply by tom sarbeck Nov 3, 2016. 55 Replies

I've heard many so called atheists refer to the "soul" as if it actually existed.  My question is:  If you believe humans have a soul are you really an atheist? Continue

Be it enacted by citizens of United States of America, three citizens be designated as true patriots

Started by Joan Denoo. Last reply by Lemual Poot Jun 6, 2015. 6 Replies

Whereas, Olivia McConnell, Eight-year-old, wrote her South Carolina state representatives; and Whereas, Olivia provided a legitimate reason to suggest this legislation:1. One of the first discoveries…Continue

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Comment by Kevin D on January 25, 2012 at 6:33pm

@David W.  I love the Insanitoirum quote. "Because you know 62 percent of children who enter college with a faith conviction leave without it."  Wish this was a true statistic.  He goes on, "And you continue to give to these colleges and universities. Let me have a suggestion: Stop it." Funding education is a bad thing?  Glad his name isn't Romney or Gingrich. Could you Imagine what he would do to the middle east if he was in control of the army?

Comment by David W on January 25, 2012 at 6:04pm
Comment by David W on January 19, 2012 at 9:52am

And what sounds like an especially lousy ex.

Comment by James M. Martin on January 19, 2012 at 7:08am

@Angela M., you had a lousy lawyer.

Comment by James M. Martin on January 18, 2012 at 6:25pm

That's the point, John.  A man who is comfortable in his own skin, who knows what he is and understands his sexuality, would not strike out at another man just for suggesting that they play around.  Only someone like pRick Santorum would react vociferously to such an approach by another man, which says more about Mr. Santorum than anyone else.

Comment by John Burtonclay on January 18, 2012 at 12:05am

Hi James. Because you took the trouble to comment, I found the details of the case for you to check it out. You'll find other links to newspaper articles reporting on this unbelievable judgement. Main points are: Not guilty of murder. 10 year sentence with minimum of 8. Ten bucks says he'll be out much sooner. Not that it matters, but I'm not a shirt lifter.  They've never done me any harm. If I'm approached, I just make it clear I'm not interested thanks. Didn't know you were allowed to kill them.  Punishment doesn't really fit the crime, does it? Bashed and kicked to death for a friendly gesture.

Comment by Carl Pastor on January 17, 2012 at 10:59pm

sorry i cant write palumbo unless i can call him a blankety blank blank.

Comment by James M. Martin on January 16, 2012 at 4:59pm

sk8tycat, the rest of the Prop 8 money came largely from the Family Research Council of Tony Perkins.  It so emptied their coffers that the future of the organization was in doubt for a brief period.  I think the problem with IRS exemption is that while pastors, ministers, priests, et al for forbidden from endorsing a particular candidate, the prohibition should extend to issue politicking from the pulpit as well.

Comment by ParrotPirate on January 16, 2012 at 10:15am

Thanks for the input, everybody. 

Comment by Roy on January 15, 2012 at 7:57pm

I remember a little bit about the election in 1960 of President Kennedy.  My father was a Baptist Minister and there was a great concern that the Catholic church would be telling Kennedy how to run the country.  My father took the unprecedented action of telling people from the pulpit that they should not vote for him.  He was wrong though and it did cause some problems in the church.  But then, I guess my poor father was wrong about a lot of things.  He just didn't know any better.


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