Another Billboard Goes up at USAFA
The Restore Military Religious Freedom coalition took a page from Mikey Weinstein’s playbook and posted a billboard near the US Air Force Academy:
On a background of Mount Rushmore, the text reads:
Air Force Cadets: Are you free to say “So help me God?” They did.
and references the militaryfreedom.org website. The text, which refers to the Presidential tradition of saying “so help me God” at their inauguration, is apparently a reference to the omission of the words from Contrails, the “change” to the cadet honor oath, and even the recent whiteboard incident.
(The whiteboard incident is still making news, with Nate Kellum, a ChristianPost contributor, accusing USAFA of “teaching religious censorship” when it used the Bible verse as a “teachable moment” to instruct cadets not to express their faith.)
Rather than the one or two weeks of the MRFF billboards, the RMRF coalition piece will reportedly be up for two months.