No Guidance (For Now) on Memorial Crosses

October 31, 2011 - National Review Online
Opinion Editorial

"These plain white roadside markers, displaying photos and written tributes to the deceased officers, brought solace to families and fellow officers and a sense of solemn dignity befitting the circumstances. The memorial crosses were paid for and maintained by private funds. Although no government money was involved, the plaintiffs from American Atheists stormed into federal court, claiming they were offended by such memorials and demanded they be torn down."  Read article >>

Joe Infranco
ADF Senior Counsel