Godless Court - Peddling the Greatest Fraud - Propagating Idolatry: Chief Justice John Roberts suggesting that we would never adopt a city seal with a cross on it today — or even adopt a motto like In God We Trust. > > > “The Christian god is a being of terrific character - cruel, vindictive, capricious, and unjust.” ... Thomas Jefferson. > > > Click image!

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Monroeville (PA) Officials Face Lawsuit Threat After Mayor Opens Meetings with Lord’s Prayer... Monroeville Council is violating the First Amendment’s Establishment clause, which prohibits government from preferring one religion over another.

Religions can only coexist under a secular government. FFRF is an equal opportunity enforcer of the Establishment Clause, be it Islam, Mormonism, Judaism, Taoism, or Christianity.

In god deists trust? https://www.pinterest.com/pin/329466528969994602/ “The right not to believe is no less protected by our Constitution than the right to believe in any particular god. If the government cannot favor one religion over another, it cannot favor belief over rationalism. Doing so obviously is in direct violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.” - Jeff Schweitzer, Scientist and former White House Senior Policy Analyst

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Does the establishment clause apply to students in a public school? | First Amendment Center – news, commentary, analysis on free speech, press, religion, assembly, petition

America’s most activist judges are most often the conservative ones. None is more eager to scoff at both precedent [Lee v. Weisman, 505 U.S. 577 (1992)] and Constitution [the Establishment Clause] to cynically pander to the prayers and pocketbooks of the political party that got him the job. Such adept disregard for our Constitution that protects us from the secular republic envisioned by our religion-weary Founding Fathers [R.I.P. in Hell!]. -Courtesy of youtube.com/MrsBettyBowers

An atheist group is suing the City of Ocala, Mayor Kent Guinn, the Ocala Police Department and Chief Greg Graham on behalf of local citizens for violating the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.

Martin Luther King, Jr. arguing in favor of the Establishment Clause.

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