Holy Defiance in West Virginia …

Published on October 16, 2012

Just the kind of thing lovers of God-n-Country need to be doing in the face of encroaching darkness …

Freedom from Religion Foundation has made it their business to threaten and bully every public school and local government it can to prevent them from exercising their First Amendment rights of free speech and freedom of religion. At the smallest hint of anything Christian, the atheist group immediately starts hurling their threats of lawsuits in the attempt to bully their target into submission.

When you look at the tactics of the FFRF, they are nothing more than an atheistic extortion racket. You do what they say or else you’ll pay the consequences. They carry out their extortion practices under the guise of the erroneous idea of separation of church and state.

In their latest attempt to extort compliance, they targeted Sissonville High School. Like so many of their other targets of late, Sissonville, West Virginia is a huge metropolis of 4,028 residents just north of Charleston. Like school yard bullies, the FFRF has a track record of picking on small communities and schools to bully into giving them their freedoms to avoid being beaten up in court.

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Instead of cowering in the presence of the FFRF bullies, the citizens of Sissonville decided to stand up for their rights. At the start of last Friday’s football game, students and parents stood arm-in-arm on the field as the national anthem was played. When the last note sounded, the unified crowd said the Lord’s Prayer loud enough so that all could hear …

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