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By Katherine Weber, ChristianPost.com

The U.S. Air Force has garnered backlash from GOP lawmakers after it removed a reference to God that appears on the patch logo for the Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO)....

Geoffrey Surtees, attorney for the American Center for Law and Justice, told The Christian Post that the logo change was a "silly demand by [MAAFA] and the United States Air Force should not have heeded the demand."

Although there are some groups who seek to remove God from America's public sphere, Surtees contended "it's a war that I just don't think that they're going to win."

"The history and traditions of our country are just too strong, I think, for these groups to prevail over such things," he told CP.

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A Time for Thanks; A Time for Resolve

By Jay Sekulow1417019056106

In many ways this has been a good year at the ACLJ. There is much to be thankful for—we’ve won key, precedent setting victories in court here at home, and we’ve even made progress fighting Christian persecution abroad. At home, we’ve defended the rights of Christian students and professors, won a...

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A Brief Veteran’s Day Reflection

By David French1415735598773

Though my own military service is winding down, for now (I transferred to the Individual Ready Reserve earlier this year), I’m still a veteran. That’s a part of my identity now, and it will be for the rest of my life. Military service is becoming less common with each American generation .

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Victory: Ground Zero Cross

By Jay Sekulow1406561623000

In a decision that represents a ringing affirmation of the presence of faith in the life of our nation, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the American Atheists’ challenge to including the famed “Ground Zero Cross” in the National September 11 Museum. While the entire opinion is worth...

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Claims Against the Ground Zero Cross

By Matthew Clark1404744954000

From day one, angry atheists have made outlandish claims about the Ground Zero Cross – the two intersecting steel beams in the shape of a cross that was found in the wreckage of the World Trade Center following 9/11. Not only have they made these absurd claims in public (calling it “ offensive and...

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