believe the words "under God" should be retained in the
Pledge of Allegiance and all efforts to remove them vigorously
||When the Farm Bureau says federal attempts
to purge God from public life must be "vigorously opposed,"
what kind of opposition does this require? Has the incumbent engaged
in this kind of "vigorous opposition?"
Kevin Craig passed the California Bar Exam (said to be the toughest
bar exam in the world), but the same court (9th Circuit Court of
Appeals) that prohibited
school children from saying the words "under God" upheld
a federal district court's decision to deny Kevin Craig a license to
practice law on the grounds that his allegiance to God is greater than
his allegiance to the government. Details: http://i.am/not-a-lawyer
The federal government now rejects the idea that it must be
Any government that refuses to acknowledge that it is under
God is a government that believes it is God.
Kevin Craig believes that America must officially, publicly, and
legally acknowledge itself to be "under God," and to be a Christian
nation. Some would say this is an attempt to impose
a theocracy. This is true. All laws come from a nation's morality,
and all morality stems from a religion. "Secular Humanism"
(atheism) is a
religion. Every nation is therefore a "theocracy." Iraq
is an Islamist theocracy. The Soviet Union was an atheist theocracy,
with Man as god. America was a libertarian Christian Theocracy.
believe the words "In God We Trust" should continue to be
printed on all U.S. currency.
||Atheists have challenged the use of the
word "God," and (until recently) courts have been unwilling
to rule that "God" is unconstitutional. But in so ruling,
courts have said that "God" is not a religious or
theological term, but is only a secular, patriotic slogan. This would
be taking the Lord's Name in vain. It must be made a matter of
national policy that "God" is the God of the Christian
Bible. Christians and Muslims do
not worship the same God. James Madison, the "Father of the
Constitution," was correct when he said that non-Christian
religions are "false