If there is one political organisation in the States which I dislike more than any other, it is probably the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). Their seething contempt for Christian language and symbolism and their desire to eradicate completely all traces of said language and symbolism seems nothing short of satanic. Unfortunately, years of liberal ascendancy and a stunningly-incorrect interpretation of the U.S. Constitution have allowed them and and others who share their hateful, anti-Christian views to have some considerable success in their demonic drive.
In the last week or so alone there have been three cases, two involving FFRF directly, which illustrate clearly that, despite what some on the left claim, there very much is an effort to see all traces of Christianity vanquished from everyday life. A Mississippi high school marching band had their halftime show cancelled as it featured a Christian hymn. Shortly after that, news broke that a Kansas middle school removed a decades-old portrait of Jesus after the FFRF filed a complaint, and then a few days later FFRF sent letters to Arkansas police departments demanding they remove the phrase “in God we trust” from their patrol cars. It is in times like these that the idea of burning heretics at the stake actually starts to have some appeal. But I digress… (more…)