You could see this coming. Every fall when schools start back, all the national groups with an agenda come out of the closet and stir the pot.
Kids — and the emotions they engender — are always good fodder to create controversy.
And so it’s no surprise that an atheist group has accused a nearby Hall County high school of violating the First Amendment by allowing its coaches to infuse its football program with Christian religious overtones. The matter made national news last week. Congressmen and national pundits weighed in. The community gave the atheist group a collective middle-finger response.
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