The Freedom from Religion Foundation – one of the nation’s most radical atheist organizations – has filed a federal lawsuit to remove “In God We Trust” from our nation’s currency.
They actually claim our coins are discriminatory.
Yet acknowledging and respecting our nation’s heritage is not “discrimination” – it’s a celebration of our shared history and the Source of our liberty.
At the ACLJ, we’re fighting back. Working with Members of Congress, we intend to file a critical brief defending the National Motto and the right of our nation to acknowledge God in our history and culture.
Add your voice to our brief.
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