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Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative

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Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative

To offer an insight into MAAF operations, the following article will put in perspective the collaborative efforts of MAAF.  As listed on the site, MAAF is primarily about supporting and growing the community of atheists and humanists in the military. … Continue reading

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Atheists in Foxholes News 9 Dec 2011

MAAF has selected 43 recent articles of interest in the areas of atheism & humanism in the military, society, and government, both in the US and internationally.  It was a big month as MAAF got a first interview directly with … Continue reading

Army Chapel Welcomes All and Privileges None

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Army Chapel Welcomes All and Privileges None

Tim Mak at Politico reports a large cross adorning an Army chapel has been removed. Army Regulation 165-1, which governs Army chaplain operations, states “the chapel environment will be religiously neutral when the facility is not being used for scheduled worship” and … Continue reading

Camp Pendleton Cross Privileges Christianity; Marginalizes non-Christians

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Camp Pendleton Cross Privileges Christianity; Marginalizes non-Christians

I posted last week about religious memorials on veteran’s day.  The Camp Pendleton cross (technically located in the Camp Horno area) was one of two focus items in an article that referred to a long list of Christian monuments defended … Continue reading

Tis the Season to Demand Your Rights

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Tis the Season to Demand Your Rights

We’re coming into the <queue scary music> Christmas Season.  All across the United States, government officials are sending out invitations to “holiday parties” when they really mean Christmas parties.  Tis the season to stand up and be counted.  MAAF stands … Continue reading