The Freedom From Religion Foundation Is Wrong. Very Wrong.
By John Christy
The irony in this whole situation is that while the FFRF claims its purpose is to protect the Constitution, they trample on the rights of the individual whom the Constitution exists to protect.
I have often been sympathetic to opposing beliefs in their feelings toward organized religion, in most cases Christianity, being pushed onto them. In the United States, no one has the right to force their beliefs on anyone, especially the government. All individuals are protected from the government imposing religious belief under the third article of the Bill of Rights, commonly known as the Separation of Church and State. However, in this most recent case involving a school principle attending the See You at the Pole morning prayer before school (see photo below), the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) felt the need to send a letter to the Kern High School District in Bakersfield, CA. The photo below was posted on Facebook in support of Connie Grumling, the Bakersfield High School principle, participating in the student led prayer. The FFRF claims their “purpose is to protect the constitutional separation between state and church”, yet this letter completely violates the amendment they wish to protect…
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