Have you ever given much thought to our National Motto, “In God We Trust”? It’s funny how some people freak out when they hear any trace of God, yet it’s written on all of our currency!
In my conversation with Representative Rick Saccone, he told me he went into a public school near Halloween; he said he saw witches on brooms, Dracula with blood dripping from his teeth, zombies ghouls and goblins. He saw every ghost, but the Holy Ghost because He’s not allowed in! And you tell me none of that traumatized our children, but you think the National Motto will traumatize our children?
It’s time for us to stop being ignorant. The National Motto was designed to unify our Country around one pervasive philosophy on which we can agree.
So many school boards, commissions and local governing boards are afraid that if one person objects, we must acquiesce. That’s not true. If one person objects to singing the National Anthem, that person has the right to remain quiet, not the right to make the rest of us sit down. They need to stop being bullies and we need to stop being cowards
Today, we interview Rick Saccone. Rick currently serves in the Pensylvania House of Representatives. Rick was in the Air Force and was elected to the Pennsylvania House in 2010, where he is currently serving. If you want to learn more, you can go to www.inGodwetrustpa.org or www.inGodweTrust-America.org
What do you think of our National Motto?
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