The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FRFF) is continuing its fight to stop private businesses from expressing their faith. A small, family-owned pizza parlor in Arkansas, Bailey's Pizza, is under fire for offering a 10% discount to customers who bring in their church bulletins on Sunday. The FRFF sent the restaurant a warning letter once it heard of the discount, claiming that the discount was in violation of the Civil Rights...
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In one of the most-watched events on the fall political calendar in the Hawkeye State, Senator Ted Cruz and Governor Bobby Jindal will both headline the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition’s “Fall Family Banquet” on Saturday, September 27th in Des Moines. This...
A couple in New York is being forced to host a same-sex wedding on their family farm or pay a fine of $13,000. Cynthia and Robert Gifford declined hosting the wedding at their family farm due to their religious beliefs that marriage is between one man and one woman. However, the New York State Division of Human Rights disagrees and considers the Gifford’s beliefs as discriminatory. Unless they agree to host the wedding, they will have...
The American Humanist Organization (AHA) has threatened a lawsuit to a Georgia high school for praying before football games. Chestatee High School in Gainseville, GA excersises their religious freedom by choosing to lead prayers before and after all football games. After learning of the prayers, AHA chose to bully the school by threatening a lawsuit. The students response? they organized a prayer protest on the...
Bibles that were removed from Navy lodges will now be put back in the hotels. The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FRCC) lodged a complaint early this year, stating that the Navy had a “preference for Christianity over all other religions and nonreligious sects”. The Bibles were removed in the summer without consent from senior leadership. However, while the policy is being reviewed, the Bibles will now be...