Mar 13 2014
Taking action against anti-christian bigotry!
A cross-shaped structure that survived the 9/11 attacks on New York’s World Trade Center — and quickly became a source of hope and inspiration in the aftermath of the tragedy — is being attacked by atheists who are suing to have it removed from the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
Those suing to have the “Ground Zero Cross” (or “Miracle Cross”) removed say “its presence on public property violates the separation of church and state” and is “dangerous for it to be in a government-backed display.”
If you disagree with this attack on the “Miracle Cross” by atheists trying to remove it, take immediate action by adding your name to the national petition above.
The Air Force Academy has removed a Bible verse written on a cadet’s whiteboard after it determined the posting had offended other cadets, according to a story by FoxNews’ Todd Starnes. The cadet wrote the passage from Galatians 2:20 on the whiteboard outside his room. “I have been crucified with Christ therefore I no longer live, but Christ lives in me…”
Mikey Weinstein, director of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, contacted the Air Force Academy and filed a complaint. Exactly two hours and nine minutes later, the Bible verse had been scrubbed from the cadet’s whiteboard under the direction of Lt. Col. Denise Cooper. “The whiteboards are for both official and personal use, but when a concern was raised we addressed it and the comment was taken down,” Lt. Col. Brus Vidal told Starnes.
The academy said the cadet will not be punished because he did not violate Air Force regulations. However, Weinstein, in a hate-filled rant, said the cadet must be punished. Ironically, just last September, the Air Force told AFA, “Weinstein’s self-proclamation of influence is greatly exaggerated” and that the Air Force no longer returns his phone calls. This is another in a growing list of religious discrimination offenses by the Air Force Academy. When the constitutionally protected expression of Christian faith is expressed at the Air Force Academy, why is it immediately censored?
Sign petition here or express your written opposition to such antichristian bigotry denying America’s Christian roots:Gregory J. Lengyel, Brig. Gen.
Air Force Academy
2304 Cadet Drive Suite 3100
U.S. Air Force Academy, CO 80840-5016
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