Thursday, March 19, 2009

Freedom under attack

Alan Sears writes,
It’s high time someone asked: where in the U.S. Constitution are so many angry people finding the legal right not to be offended? The assumption that this imaginary protection exists is everywhere – and is usually invoked to suppress the much-more-demonstrable religious rights clearly secured by the First Amendment. Groups like the American Civil Liberties Union, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and American Atheists all make their headlines and their reputation by demanding the right never to be faced with any sight, symbol, or idea with which they disagree.
These organizations are anti-freedom and anti-American. If you only read one article today, please read this one.

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