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Court urged to protect Ground Zero cross

WASHINGTON AP —The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which focuses on constitutional law, today submitted an amicus brief on behalf of more than 230,000 Americans urging a federal appeals court to protect a Cross Memorial at The National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City...

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MBurke 5 years, 1 month ago

The readers of the Dallas Chronicle should know that the secularists, intellectual apologists for those who attack America and moral relativists long ago won at Ground Zero. The right acre, billion dollar memorial was designed and chosen to wipe out all memory, evidence and history of the attacks. In order to ensure that no one is blamed off anything, America is not recognized as innocent and the values attacked are not honored.

All the authentic artifacts of the destroyed WTC that we all remember the attacks by are banned from the memorial: the steel remnants of the towers (two are inside the Visitors Pavilion invisible to the memorial visitors due to refraction of the glass). The iconic WTC Sphere which stood in the center of the plaza for 30 years as a symbol of world peace and emerged from the ruins damaged but the only artifact to survive intact has been banned from returning to the place it triumphed over the hatred and evil that attacked, because as per memorial officials, it would infringe upon the "integrity" of the memorial. By reminding visitors of the attacks. See save the Sphere on Facebook.


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