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Public parks should not endorse religion says FFRF yet again

A sculpture to honor World War II vets is set to be placed in an Indiana State park but the Freedom From Religion Foundation wants it know that creating a sculpture including the shape of a cross within it isn’t … Continue reading

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FFRF: “A violation doesn’t become less egregious because it’s gone on a long time.”

How many people have to look up the word “egregious”? I don’t have to, but I will anyway. I see it once meant distinguished but these days it’s defined as something conspicuously bad. Interesting how some words can flip meaning … Continue reading

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