Bob L. Just My Opinion
March 9th 2014
This is what happens when you let Government and the Courts give Special Interest Groups privileges above every one else, they should have to abide by the United States Constitution and the laws just like every one else, if you keep letting these terrorist groups tare-apart our freedoms given us by the Constitution, you will have a Country under war, just like the rest f the world where no one is safe from these types of groups.
One other thing if this keeps up we will be no better than we were back when Slavery was king and people did not have much say to what was going on, now in the last SIX YEARS I have seen this Country go back to that time of Hatred toward each other and going back to the days of Slavery because of a Group of people who had the say and control of what people could do, and that is what is happening today with Special Interest Groups who have control of our Government our Courts and the Constitution.
Atheists Force Woman to Remove Cross Honoring Dead Son
March 8, 2014
A complaint prompted the American Humanist Association in Washington, D.C., to intervene, contending the placement of the symbol in the city right-of-way violated the separation of church and state.
The association’s demand letter dated March 4 came a week after a U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of the group’s legal challenge to Lake Elsinore’s proposed veterans memorial. That monument would have depicted a soldier kneeling in front of crosses and Stars of David.
Representatives of the association said they were prepared to challenge the city again if it didn’t ensure the Devaneys’ cross came down. The organization, which represents atheists and other nonreligious individuals, released a statement Thursday expressing gratitude the cross was being removed.
This is absolutely outrageous! We see these types of crosses all the time. It is a small remembrance of a loved one and a constant reminder that life is precious. What is the problem here?
As NBC 4 in Southern California reports, the mother, Ann Marie Devaney, feels like she is “losing her son again.”