Graduating Seniors Refuse To Bow To Atheists’ Demand

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Knowing if it was to be, it was up to them, this graduating senior class took matters into their own hands when school officials could not financially afford to stand up against outside legal demands.  Their noble action would win them a standing ovation, and respect and admiration across the nation.(SEE VIDEO BELOW STORY)

By Todd Starnes |Published May 26, 2016 |

It was the best kept secret in East Liverpool, Ohio.  Just moments before the graduation ceremony at East Liverpool High School on Sunday, the senior class gathered in a nearby auditorium. Together, they decided to do something that would make national headlines.

The week before students learned they would no longer be allowed to perform “The Lord’s Prayer” – a graduation tradition dating back some 70 years. The school district banned the song after the Freedom From Religion Foundation complained that “The Lord’s Prayer” violated the U.S. Constitution and promoted religion.”

Fearing a possible lawsuit, the district dropped the tradition – which seemed to appease the group of perpetually-offended atheists, agnostics and free-thinkers from Wisconsin

Continue reading Mr. Starnes’ story here to find out how the students decided among themselves to get around the rule.


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