Category: Atheists

Radical atheists still outrageously outraged by money

Via Moonbattery

Militant atheists are on the march yet again, obsessed with stamping out anything that does not support their nihilistic ideology:

A new lawsuit filed on behalf of several Atheist plaintiffs argues the phrase “In God We Trust” on U.S. money is unconstitutional, and calls for the government to get rid of it.

Sacramento attorney Michael Newdow filed the lawsuit Monday in Akron, Ohio. He’d unsuccessfully sued the government at least twice challenging the use of the phrase “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.

The suit, like everything else to come out of Newdow’s bitter jihad against God, is hogwash:

Newdow claims “In God We Trust” violates the separation of church and state. One plaintiff says his Atheism is “substantially burdened because he is forced to bear on his person a religious statement that causes him to sense his government legitimizing, promoting and reinforcing negative and injurious attitudes not only against Atheists in general, but against him personally.”

Oh please Mr. Newdow, spare us your snot-nosed tantrums. The First Amendment is very clear VERY clear. Let us take a look shall we?

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;

There it is. There are a few words radical Atheists like Newdow overlook. The first in Congress. Everytime you hear of a student being told they must not mention God, or Jesus, in their valedictorian speech, ask yourself this. Is that student Congress? Is that student making a law? No, of course not, so there can be no violation of the Fisr Amendment can there?

The second word the Atheists ignore is establishment. What is an establishment? It is not a verb it is a noun, a thing.In this case an establishment of religion would be a church. The Founders did not want a state church, so they forbade Congress from making a law making one religion the national religion.

Now the third part they ignore is, the free exercise thereof. In short, Atheists have overlooked that when a student, or a football team, or fans are forbidden from praying at, before, during, or after a  game, they are the ones having their natural rights erased. They have every constitutional right to pray, or to mention God, Jesus, Santa Claus, Christmas, and so on in their speeches at school. Yes, we understand such activities cause butt hurt in the Michael Newdow’s of America, but guess what? There is no right not to be offended.

For those normal people out there wondering why someone who professes not to believe in God gets so upset when they hear that word, or see a Nativity scene, or a Christmas tree, or hears of a school kid taking a Bible to school, allow me to explain.

Radical Atheists, and no, not all Atheists are radical, in fact most are not offended by the faith of others, are angry for one reason more than any other. In America, Atheists are free NOT to go to church, NOT to believe in God, they are free to rant and rave about their Atheism. And guess what folks? The source for that freedom, for that natural right is, yes God! Imagine how that must grate Michael Newdow, to know that this nation protects his liberty to NOT believe in the very thing that gave him that freedom!


12-Year-Old Says Teacher Forced Class To Deny Existence Of God Or Take A Failing Grade (Video)

7th Grader Says Teacher Forced Class To Deny Existence Of God Or Take A Failing Grade – Daily Surge


Texas seventh-graders were allegedly forced to deny that God is real and were threatened to be with failing grades if they don’t agree.

Jordan Wooley, a seventh grade student at West Memorial Junior High School, testified at a school board meeting Monday night about her teacher’s atheist indoctrination.

From EAG News:

“Today I was given an assignment in school that questioned my faith and told me that God was not real. Our teacher had started off saying that the assignment had been giving problems all day. We were asked to take a poll to say whether God is fact, opinion or a myth and she told anyone who said fact or opinion was wrong and God was only a myth,” Wooley told board members.

Students immediately objected, Wooley said, but the teacher refused to consider their position.

The teacher, “started telling kids they were completely wrong and that when kids argued we were told we would get in trouble. When I tried to argue, she told me to prove it, and I tried to reference things such as the Bible and stories I have read before from people who have died and went to heaven but came back and told their stories, and she told me both were just things people were doing to get attention.

“I know it wasn’t just me who was affected by it. My friend, she went home and started crying. She was supposed to come with me but she didn’t know if she could” because she was so upset, Wooley said.

The teen explained she spoke with other students in the class who were marked down because they believe God is real, as well as compromises proposed by students to avoid rejecting their faith.

“Another student asked the teacher if we could put what we believe in the paper, and she said we could… but you would fail the paper if you do,” Wooley told the board. “I had known before that our schools aren’t really supposed to teach us much about religion or question religion. When I asked my teacher about it she said it doesn’t have anything to do with religion because the problem is just saying there is no God.”

We have freedom of religion in this country, yet students barely into their teens are being forced to defend their faith. Maybe this teacher needs to go back to the constitution and stop abusing her students.



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Intolerant Atheists demand University of Toledo football players, coaches stop praying

GODitis! A severe allergic reaction suffered by radical Atheists upon hearing anyone exercising the right to pray

The University of Toledo football program has been violating the Constitution with pregame prayers, according to the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

The group, which serves as a “voice for freethought,” claimed that Head Coach Matt Campbell committed a “serious and flagrant violation of the First Amendment” when he led the team in a prayer before a 2012 game against Bowling Green.

The complaint stems from a video posted to the university’s YouTube page which features footage from a GoPro mobile camera that was mounted on the helmet of then-kicker Jeremiah Detmer.

The video shows Coach Campbell telling the team “I’m going to say this: Every one of us has so much to be thankful for. A great night to play football, play with your brothers, OK? What an opportunity. Let’s be grateful for it.”

At that, he takes a knee and the team begins to recite the Lord’s Prayer.

According to the foundation, this sort of activity is unacceptable, and results in players feeling “huge pressure to participate in the prayer” in order to “please their coach or curry favor.”

A letter from FFRF to the university reiterated the sentiment, claiming “By incorporating a Christian prayer into the team’s pregame activities, Coach Campbell sends a message of exclusion to those players on his team not in conformity with his personal religious beliefs”.

The letter called on the University of Toledo to stop any sort of prayers that are going on during sporting events.

Oh Good Freaking Grief!