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OurView for Feb. 26


With the talk around the water coolers centering on “The Passion of The Christ” movie, it is no wonder that some citizens have voiced their discontent about all the talk about Jesus.

Some have said: “Enough, talk about something else.”

Since our courts, in their infinite wisdom, have deemed that the Ten Commandments should be removed from courthouses, and other courts are being asked to perhaps ponder removing the words “under God” from the “Pledge of Allegiance,” how long will it be before any discussion of Jesus, or any scripture from the Bible for that matter, be banned in the public forum?

Has our country evolved from a nation that was founded as a safe haven for all to enjoy freedom of worship to a nation touting freedom from religion?

When freedom from religion takes hold, how long will it be before freedom from speech becomes en vogue, or freedom from due process?

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