Atheism, Religion, Christianity, God is Imaginary, Separation of Church and State, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion. One nation under god don't like it leave. Oh really? How very Christian of you. Also, please read the First Amendment of the United States Secular Constitution.
America’s most activist judges are most often the conservative ones. None is more eager to scoff at both precedent [Lee v. Weisman, 505 U.S. 577 (1992)] and Constitution [the Establishment Clause] to cynically pander to the prayers and pocketbooks of the political party that got him the job. Such adept disregard for our Constitution that protects us from the secular republic envisioned by our religion-weary Founding Fathers [R.I.P. in Hell!]. -Courtesy of youtube.com/MrsBettyBowers
Bill Clinton on government an religion. Religion is a personal thing and should stay in families who believe. Not in Politics and not being preached on line. We have the right to freedom of choice. Theincensewoman
The words "God" and "Jesus" do not appear anywhere in our Constitution, yet some continue to claim that we were founded as a "Christian nation." But you know what does? The "Establishment Clause" of the First Amendment, that prohibits the government from endorsing any religion; including Christianity.
People want you to research things until it goes against their own PERSONAL beliefs, read this overview of The First Amendment: "The establishment clause prohibits the government from passing legislation to establish an official religion or preferring one religion over another. It enforces the 'separation of church and state.'" Make sure your government officials read its own laws.
Act for Establishing Religious Freedom
Thomas Jefferson drafted this bill in 1779, during the Revolutionary War, and James Madison saw to it that the Virginia legislature passed it in 1786. The statute disestablished the Church of England in Virginia and guaranteed freedom of religion to people of all religious faiths, including Catholics, Jews and members of all Protestant denominations. The statute was a notable precursor of the Establishment Clause and Free Exercise of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.