92-Year-Old World War I Monument Declared Unconstitutional ‘Breach’ of Church and State Separation

On Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals declared a World War I monument in the shape of a celtic cross unconstitutional, saying it “breached” the separation of church and state. The Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial has stood since 1925, honoring the 49 Bladensburg-area men who gave their lives during World War I. The American Humanist Association sued to have it removed in 2014.

There is no US law that calls for the separation of Church and State. It’s a leftist construct to devalue our Judeo-Christian heritage.

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  • Exile1981

    Can I sue the humanists for violating the that law by pushing their godless beliefs on me.

    • Uncommunist

      We’re not their equals.

  • DaninVan

    God had nothing to do with the slaughter of some 21,000,000 people Worldwide.
    I don’t understand why folks keep blaming him(?).
    Any Supreme being that would sit idly by while that was occurring doesn’t deserve my devotion.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Let’s let the Supreme Court decide whether that monument is “an establishment of religion.”

  • tom_billesley

    I don’t suppose anyone has bothered to check whether any of the Bladensberg men memorialized are not Christians.