14 May 2010


Disputed Mojave Cross Honoring U.S. War Dead Stolen

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The longtime caretakers of a Mojave Desert cross that led to a Supreme Court case are promising to replace the memorial, which has been stolen less than two weeks after the high court allowed it to remain standing.

The VFW has also promised that the memorial, an incarnation of which was first erected in 1934 to honor soldiers killed in World War I, will be rebuilt.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California sued over the cross on federal land, saying it was a violation of the constitutional separation of church and state.

In April, the Supreme Court told a federal judge to take a new look at a congressional plan to transfer land under the cross to private ownership.

It's not clear if a replacement cross will be permitted. A park service spokeswoman says officials are waiting on word from the Justice Department.

Obviously, there were the ever "tolerant" leftists who were intent on seeing the liberal agenda "win". You can bet your bottom dollar if this had been an Islamic memorial that nothing would have ever been said much less stolen or desecrated.


1 comment:

Heli gunner Tom said...

You are right about that! I have been back with the living after my hard drive crashed and burned last week... LOL. My next "push" will be to "fast forward" into the future and going to the real crux of the problem, circumventing the 'known' BS politicos into Revelation.
Take care,Bro.

Tom S
Disabled Vietnam Veteran: 68-70
Jesus is Lord, and Heaven is my Home.