At Meeting, School Board Member Rants Against Gay Marriage and Says Racism is Over in America

The Chino Valley Unified School District (in California), as we’ve noted on this site before, is a place where Board of Education meetings resemble church services. That’s not an exaggeration. Three of the five members belong to the same Christian megachurch. And their inability to stop praying to Jesus at meetings has led to a lawsuit from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

And yet the ignorance is still in full swing. At a recent meeting, the Board’s Vice President Andrew Cruz went on a rant trashing gay marriage, invoking the Confederate Flag, arguing that racism is over, complaining about California’s recent mandatory vaccination laws, etc.



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Vote to Remove “Jesus Welcomes You to Hawkins” Sign in Texas Delayed Following Mayor’s Concerns

Remember the 18-foot-wide sign welcoming visitors to the city of Hawkins, Texas?



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I Don’t Know How This Christian Cross in La Crescent (MN) Got There, but It Needs to Go

The city of La Crescent, Minnesota has this dual cross/star structure sitting on government property. On Christmas, they light up the star. On Easter, they light up the cross. How do they get away with that promotion of Christianity?

Simple. No one ever called them out on it… until now.



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Florida Sheriff Puts “In God We Trust” Stickers on Patrol Cars

Bay County (Florida) Sheriff Frank McKeithen came up with and instituted a horrible idea: Putting “In God We Trust” stickers on every patrol car:



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Giant Wall of Christian Crosses in Texas County Clerk’s Office Comes Down

I posted yesterday about how, in Texas, Gregg County Clerk Connie Wade refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples because she was waiting for direction from the Attorney General.

But I didn’t believe her because she didn’t hide her personal faith-based opposition to marriage and there was a giant wall of crosses in her office:

Crosses

Two important updates to this story.

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