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It’s a troubling pattern that we see often. An atheist group is “offended” by a statue or memorial that they consider to be offensive. They file a federal lawsuit to try to get it removed. This time, it’s happened in …Read More

It is unbelievable. As you know, there are many war memorials on display across America. In one section of Montana, in honor of the heroes who fought for our freedoms in World War II, a very special memorial was erected …Read More

It is an issue that we knew would get to the Supreme Court. But what happened yesterday isn’t exactly what we expected. As you know, the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial in San Diego has stood for nearly 60 years. For …Read More

You can never predict if the U.S. Supreme Court will take a case. But if there was ever a decision that needs to be overturned – it’s this one. Last year, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals …Read More

We knew it would happen. The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), an atheist group that continually challenges everything from the National Motto, the National Day of Prayer, and the Pledge of Allegiance, has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Jesus …Read More

You spoke out. And the federal government listened. A powerful victory in Montana, where the Forest Service has decided to keep in place a war memorial – a statue of Jesus – that’s been on a mountain for more than …Read More

Your voice has been heard!   Last week, we sent the National Forest Service our letter defending the Jesus war memorial statue on a Montana mountain – with more than 70,000 names – concerned individuals who stood with us in …Read More

The response has been overwhelming. More than 70,000 concerned individuals are standing with us – in a letter urging the National Forest Service to renew a long-standing lease that would permit a World War II memorial – a statue of …Read More

The aggressive tactics of atheist organizations move into high gear during the Christmas season. As I told you recently, we’ve sent a letter to the Marine Corps Commanding Officer at Camp Pendleton after an atheist group attacked a war memorial …Read More

On Veterans Day, a 13-foot cross was placed on top of a hill at Camp Pendleton in California. The Marines who put it there said they wanted to honor the memory of four comrades killed in Iraq and wanted to …Read More