Warren city Atheist sues to set up alternative to prayer station at city hall

A Warren atheist filed a federal lawsuit today saying his free speech rights were violated when Warren Mayor Jim Fouts turned down his request to place what he called a “reason station” inside city hall, where a prayer station has existed for years.


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It is past time when all such religious places on public property be replaced! It is outrageous that religion has invaded so many legal and education domains. 

Seems not too difficult to me: mayor says: “Everybody is welcome, but nobody is welcome who is out to disparage another group,” 

So that's a good reason to ban xtians.

More from Mayor Fouts as he compares Atheists To Nazis, KKK after being sued. 


I think the best response would be a long line of atheists waiting to get guidance from the prayer station. That ought to convince the mayor what a horrible idea that was.

How about calling it a religion free zone, although reason station is not bad

If Mayor Fouts cannot see his mistake in disallowing a "Reason Station," I have to ask: what is he afraid of?



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