Our Forefathers' Business

As perennial as the season itself, is the annual emergence of the secular left to file lawsuits challenging the presence of Christian symbols, however benign, on public property.  It is, I suppose, a festive tradition for some whose lives are otherwise joyless except to the extent they can snatch seasonal delight from others who enjoy more spiritual richness with which to color their days. So, as the Christmas season winds down, the good citizens of Flathead Valley, Colorado, and the owners of White Fish Mountain resort find themselves under fire because a small statue of Jesus occupies a 3 foot by 3 foot section of the resort that sits on Forest Service land.  The effigy was installed 50 years ago to honor members of the 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army, becoming a cherished local landmark.   There it has rested, without objection, ever since.  The complaint seeking its removal was filed by the Freedom from Religion Foundation and the only thing about...(Read Full Article)