Stop Angry Atheists’ Attack on WWI Memorial Cross | American Center for Law and Justice
  Search  |  Login  |  Register

ACLJ Profile Completion

Verified

Atheists’ Attack on WWI Memorial Cross

1394467280000

Signatures


LOGIN

Receive the latest news, updates, and contribution opportunities from ACLJ.

OR

Stop Angry Atheists’ Attack on WWI Memorial Cross

For nearly 90 years, a World War I memorial cross has honored our nation’s bravest heroes.

Now, angry atheists are suing to tear down this historic war monument in Maryland – the Bladensburg Cross.

Angry atheists have taken aim at the memorial, saying they are “shocked” and “upset” that a cross could honor fallen veterans.

These claims are absolutely ridiculous.

To allow a couple of angry atheists who are “upset” about the cross to tear it down would dishonor our veterans. Those who fought valiantly for our nation a century ago deserve to have their memory cherished by their memorial – the Bladensburg Cross.

The ACLJ is preparing a critical amicus brief to defend the cross and honor our veterans. Stand with us. Join our committee to defend the cross today.

Committee to Defend the Cross and Honor Heroes

Thank you for signing the petition!

$20
$40
$60
$120
$240
Make this a monthly tax-deductible gift.

Receive the latest news, updates, and contribution opportunities from ACLJ.

If you are experiencing any issues with our donation form, please click here

Thank you for making a donation!

Please encourage your friends to sign and donate by sharing this petition.

Latest Atheists' Attack on National Motto

By Laura Hernandez1487279631749

Litigious atheists never give up – at least when it comes to continuing their failing, but relentless, crusade against our National Motto – “In God We Trust.” Appealing their latest defeat to the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the atheists, represented by Michael Newdow, challenged the...

read more

Honoring Those Who Serve on Veterans Day

By Wesley Smith1478796139234

Veterans Day is Friday, November 11th. Formerly known as Armistice Day, this holiday was originally created to commemorate the end of World War I, which officially took place on November 11, 1918. In legislation that was passed in 1938, November 11th was "dedicated to the cause of world peace and...

read more

U.S. Air Force: Anniversary History

By Edward White1473953188196

As a nation, we are fortunate to be protected by the best Air Force in the world, which celebrates the anniversary of its founding on September 18th. The mission of the modern United States Air Force is “to fly, fight, and win in air, space, and cyberspace.” The Air Force has approximately 5,000...

read more

National Motto Faux Pas

By Jordan Sekulow1469804497277

In her acceptance speech tonight, Hillary Clinton stated: Our country's motto is e pluribus unum: out of many, we are one. Will we stay true to that motto? Sound familiar? In 2010, President Obama similarly said , “In the United States, our motto is E pluribus unum — out of many, one.” One problem.

read more