The Military Religious Freedom Foundation isn’t satisfied with claims that a “God bless” sign on a Marine base in Hawaii is non-religious in nature. The group believes that the sign represents an expression, by a government agency, of preference for one religion over others, or religion over non-religion — an act that courts have determined, in past cases, violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. (The question for the courts, of course, would be whether this sign is indeed an act of establishment.)
The sign, in full, reads: God bless the military, their families and the civilians who work with them.
Group Demands Military Base With ‘God Bless’ Sign Add Satanism, Jedi, Other Signs
(Last Updated On: October 24, 2015)