You won’t hear these stories in the mainstream media, but the War on Christmas is very real and is continuing to heat up in cities and towns across the country. Last week, a small Illinois town chose to remove a Christmas cross from atop the village water tower after the Freedom From Religion Foundation threatened a lawsuit.
The 19-foot lighted cross has been placed atop the Alsip, Ill., water tower every year since 1973, but this year, the cross will be replaced by a tree. According to an article in the Southtown Star, the village mayor made the call in order to avoid a costly lawsuit.
Sound familiar? It should, because this is the way FFRF and other radical groups operate. They fire off demand letters to any city or school district that dares to allow public displays of faith, they threaten lawsuits and they bank on the fact that these local government officials will cave to avoid large legal expenses.
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