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To most traditional Americans this would seem like a silly and frivolous issue, and perhaps one that has already been addressed countless times, in that the term “In God We Trust” is woven within the very fabric of this Republic’s creation, the verbiage referencing “God” and or ‘Creator” appears on countless monuments and on official documents, and of course within both our Constitution and our currency,

The Founders and the signers of the Declaration of Independence spoke and wrote countless times about the vital role religion played within the creation of this Republic, and yet we witness once again another frivolous attack by the loony left, in their attempt to once again challenge that very concept.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said that police patrol vehicles can display the message “In God We Trust” without being in violation of the First Amendment.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

Paxton made the ruling in a letter to state Rep. Charles Perry who the letter says asked for the analysis after the Childress Police Department “has come under attack” for putting the motto on its vehicles.

“Displaying ’In God We Trust’ on police vehicles is a passive use of a motto steeped in our nation’s history that does not coerce Citizen approval or participation,” Paxton wrote.

However the wider issue isn’t about a few patrol cars in a Texas town, but rather a continues assault by secular Progressives to chip away at America’s institutions and to “transform America.”

Source: Patch

 

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