There should be no 'god(s)' involved with 'homeland' $ecurity

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From the article:
"They make the argument ... that it has to do with a religion," Riner said, "and promoting a religion. God is not a religion. God is God."

A spokeswoman for Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway says he has not yet decided whether to appeal.

The state Office of Homeland Security was created in response to the Sept. 11 attacks, Wingate said in the order, and two amendments added to the statute creating the office were at issue.

One required that training materials include information that the General Assembly stressed a "dependence on Almighty God as being vital to the security of the Commonwealth." The other required a plaque to be placed at the entrance to the state's Emergency Operations Center in Frankfort that said, in part, "the safety and security of the Commonwealth cannot be achieved apart from reliance upon Almighty God."

Folks, excuse my French but, the 911 conspiracy faith-based vortex haunts to this day! At least it's getting dismantled bit x bit

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I think the terrorists believe something like that as well.
I don't know why we/they/they make we spend half the time on many subjects.

seems places like are magnificent centers of media warning overloads.





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