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Atheism as much of a threat to our freedom as any group.

There are many ways to be a threat to another person or a persons freedom. Most associate a threat as something than can harm them or kill them. But this narrow view is why so many minority groups are able to push the majority around and is why so many laws have been thrown out or enacted. But sometimes a new law or ruling is so absurd, that you really have to question the mental capacity of both the party trying to push on us and the ignorant judge who gives them their way. But even the absurd laws or rulings are dangerous, maybe even more so than the ones activist disguise as being for the well being of all.

This one was the absurd kind. As you read the article, remember these kids were not holding religious services there, simply using the space for their graduation which they worked hard to earn. Also remember, the priest was not going to be officiating the service, he simply agreed to the contract for use. Keep this in mind as well, the school was going to cover most if not all of the religious material so that it was not in view of the kids. So what, in the mind of the Atheist and the judge, made this whole situation a violation of the never written in our constitution separation of church and state? I can not figure it out, but the reason this should worry you so much is because of this:

Once ruling like this become standard, any company who does business with schools that may have a religious owner, manager, or employee could lose their right to do business with any government funded entity.

Sets precedent to be able to remove from teaching anyone who openly claims a faith regardless of whether or not they speak about it in class.

Shows yet again that something must be done about these activist judges who live to interpret the law as they see fit to further their own agenda. They have shown they are willing to make rulings that in no way reflect the law as it is written. These kind of rulings may not affect you right now, but they will.

And it shows that these groups have an agenda to eliminate religion from everything even when the event had no religious ties. Their goal is to make it illegal to worship in this country.

The school was not holding religious services, they simply, for once, spent the money we trust them with wisely. They found a building that was big enough to hold everyone and it was the cheapest. Being a church had nothing to do with the events planned. Get mad about this, because if we fail to see that this was an attack on our freedoms and on our very way of life, we will be next. Enough is enough, and it is time we take the battle to the antagonist calling themselves atheist.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn.– A federal judge has ruled two Connecticut public high schools can’t hold their graduations inside a church because that would be an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.

U.S. District Court Judge Janet Hall made the ruling Monday in the case of Enfield High School and Enrico Fermi High School, both in Enfield.

The Enfield school board says it voted to hold services June 23 and 24 at The First Cathedral in Bloomfield because it had enough space at the right price. But two students and three of their parents sued.

The judge says Enfield had unconstitutionally entangled itself with religion by agreeing to cover much of the church’s religious imagery. She also says the town coerced the plaintiffs to support religion by forcing them to enter the church for graduation

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