“It’s one thing to say that politicians shouldn’t necessarily assume that everybody is a believer, and should perhaps find ways to sound more inclusive. It’s quite another thing to assert that faith-based language and/or faith itself are somehow an imposition on or an insult to—much less a violation of—the rights of secular Americans.”

That’s the key part of my essay for PJ Media, answering a New York Times essay complaining — yes complaining — the politicians end their speeches by saying “God Bless America.”

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Read the whole thing here.