Church, State, and Taxpayer Support Is America Moving Toward a European Model?
In my travels in the world of humanism, I’ve encountered lots of people who speak wistfully about the differences between the United States and European nations. Indeed, in some aspects European and Scandinavian countries are... Read More
IN 1961 an activist named Estelle Griswold joined forces with Dr. C. Lee Buxton of Yale School of Medicine to do something radical: open a center to distribute information about birth control in New Haven,... Read More
EARLY IN THE FOURTH CENTURY, the Roman Emperor Diocletian issued an edict barring Christians from meeting for worship. Christian scriptures were ordered destroyed, and all citizens of the empire were compelled to sacrifice to traditional... Read More
IF WE LEARNED nothing else from the 2016 election cycle, we certainly learned this: the religious right is morally bankrupt—utterly and profoundly so. You don’t have to look far to see proof of this, but... Read More
LIKE A LOT OF PEOPLE, I spent election night filled with dread and anxiety. The country had just elected a thin-skinned, inexperienced, intellectually uncurious reality TV host as president of the United States and leader... Read More
ROY S. MOORE, chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, has lost his job—again. This is cause for celebration. It means that we may finally be rid of the fundamentalist fanatic some like to call... Read More
I WAS TWENTY-FOUR YEARS OLD when I began working for Americans United for Separation of Church and State in 1987. No one back then used the term “nones” to describe nonbelievers, but it would have... Read More