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Alabama May Soon Join Tennessee in Displaying This Motto in Public Schools. Atheist Heads Will Explode.

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Our nation was founded by biblical Christians, on biblical Christian principles. Period.

Over time, the secular left has twisted the original intent of the Constitution to mean that our nation was founded to do away with state-sponsored religion, but they’re sorely mistaken.

The words “separation of church and state” are not only lacking from the Constitution but come rather from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson in 1802 to the Danbury Baptist Association in which he reiterates the First Amendment protection of churches from being influenced by the government.

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Neither in his letter nor in the writing of the Constitution is the government banned from being influenced by the Christian faith. The Founding Fathers were not, in fact, the great secular humanist heroes today’s atheists believe they were.

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Our public schools, at their founding, taught from the Bible and professed allegiance to God, and, much to the chagrin of secular humanists across the land, the practice is making a comeback.

Schools in Alabama may soon join Tennesse schools in allowing God back into the classroom, from placards of “In God We Trust” to the 10 Commandments put on full display on school grounds.

Brace yourself…angry American humanists are coming.

AL.com reports:

One month after Alabama allowed “In God We Trust” displays on public property, the Blount County school board is poised to become the first system to act.

Superintendent Rodney Green said a policy could be crafted within the next month.

But first, an attorney has to be consulted.

“You would think that something that passes the Legislature won’t be challenged in the courtroom but we all know that it can and probably will,” said Green, who oversees a school system with more than 7,800 students spread out over 17 schools north of Jefferson County.

Government officials throughout Alabama could soon follow suit, calling up their lawyers to ask about the prospects of courtroom battles with organizations that advocate for the separation of church and state.

Students this month are returning to public schools all over the state. And when they arrive, most won’t yet find symbols that promote Christianity or other religious faiths.

But for how long? The “In God We Trust” motto, now required to be prominently displayed in every public schools in Tennessee, could become more common in Alabama. Blount County is viewed as a testing ground.

The fact of the matter is that the “separation of church and state” supposedly guaranteed by the First Amendment was written at a time when every other Christian-majority nation on earth had a state-sponsored church and made laws accordingly, marginalizing Christians who defied official church doctrine, which often went against the teachings of the Bible.

The Reformation, which brought the inerrant Word of God to the people and broke down the barrier of the state-sponsored Catholic church, enlightening generations to come of the authority of the text over man, is one of the frames in which our Constitution was founded.

Today’s secular humanists want to undo that liberty and put in place their own dogmatic religion…that deliberately excludes the God of the Bible.

 

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Southern Restaurant Scorched After Refusing to Serve Unvaccinated People

The unvaccinated are quickly becoming second class citizens in America.

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In these late-stages of the pandemic, there are a number of emerging plot lines that almost seem more controversial than those that we experienced at the beginning of this fiasco, and it makes us wonder if some of it isn’t just for show. For instance, in the restaurant industry, where just about every businesses owner is struggling mightily, there are a number of different approaches to dealing with this latest “delta” variant of COVID-19.  This is of particular note now that many establishments had reopened during the lull in cases, and are now hanging on for dear life during “delta”. But one restaurant in the deep south has thrown their prosperity aside, and are making the controversial decision to serve only vaccinated customers. An Atlanta restaurant is making the bold decision to serve only customers who are fully vaccinated. Argosy Restaurant and Bar, located in East Atlanta Village, is one of the first businesses in Georgia to mandate with signs that say “No Vax, No Service.” The company owner made the decision earlier this week after he and several of his employees, who were all fully vaccinated, contracted the virus as breakthrough cases. The owner has suggested that these breakthrough cases were worse for business than treating the unvaccinated as though they are second class citizens. “We did it strictly as a business decision after multiple staff members tested positive,” said restaurant owner Armando Celentano. “We had to close down during a busy weekend, losing out on tens of thousands of dollars.” The decisions certainly stirred up a great deal of conversation on social media, where the restaurant received both praise and criticism for its decision.

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US Women’s Soccer Team Skips Representing U.S.A. at Opening Ceremony

The ultra-woke U.S. women’s soccer team — big losers thus far — decided to skip representing the U.S.A. during the Olympics opening ceremonies.

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The ultra-woke U.S. women’s soccer team — big losers thus far — decided to skip representing the U.S.A. during the opening ceremonies at the Tokyo Olympics Friday. The famously anti-American soccer team claimed that they could not attend because they were scheduled to attend practice during the opening event, according to WXIA-TV. “Obviously we can’t be there, I don’t know who scheduled us to practice at this time,” chief anti-American team star Megan Rapinoe told the media. The women’s soccer team was all about protesting against the U.S.A. during its first Olympics game this week but lost to New Zealand in a crushing 3-0 final. Rapinoe added that this year’s gams are different than past games. “It looks quite different and feels quite different than in the past, but all of us are thrilled to be here,” she said. Team members Abby Dahlkemper and Rapinoe enacted a lame “private parade” and posted it to Twitter: https://twitter.com/USWNT/status/1418557013739536390 The America-hating women’s soccer team was not the only American team that skipped the opening ceremonies. Both the women’s and the men’s U.S. gymnastics teams also skipped the ceremonies. They similarly held their own version of the parade” https://twitter.com/InsideGym/status/1418539840564572160 Follow Warner Todd Huston on Facebook at: facebook.com/Warner.Todd.Huston.

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