The Freedom from Religion Foundation is at it again.
It seems the Childress, TX, Chief of Police has committed the evil crime of putting the nation’s motto, In God We Trust, on the town’s police cars.
This is some sort of affront to constitutionally mandated freedom of religion, according to the FRFF—whose name gives away the game: freedom from religion, not freedom of religion. I suppose the US as a whole is an affront to freedom, what with that motto, and all.
Gary Parsons, Lee County, VA, sheriff, who did the same thing with his department’s cars, is on the right track.
It’s not only a symbol of moral values but also a symbol of patriotism[.]
Especially that first part: the motto and its presence on cop cars is an espousal of morality, not of religion.
Therein lies FRFF’s dishonesty and hypocrisy. Rather than that particular set of moral values, FRFF is seeking to impose its own moral values on all of us. It’s also seeking to impose its own religion—the religion of atheism—on all of us.