(RNS) Court Rejects Challenge to `In God We Trust’

Atheist Michael Newdow plans to continue his fight to get “In God We Trust” off U.S. currency after the Supreme Court denied a hearing in his case on Monday (March 7).

“I plan on bringing the lawsuit again on behalf of other Americans who believe they are injured when the government lends its power to one side of the controversy over whether or not God exists,” he said Tuesday.

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6 comments on “(RNS) Court Rejects Challenge to `In God We Trust’

  1. evan miller says:

    And just how, Dr. Nedow, are you being “injured” by the motto of your nation?

  2. Cennydd13 says:

    Oh, I can think of hundreds of ways in which he thinks he’s been “hurt,” but can [i]he?[/i]

  3. Cennydd13 says:

    But, if he wants to keep wasting his money on lawyers, I’m sure they’ll be only too happy to take him to the cleaners.

  4. RandomJoe says:

    I believe Newdow has a law degree and has passed the bar (even thought he’s an MD). He’s not paying anyone to do this – it’s his hobby.

  5. Cennydd13 says:

    Then he wasted his money on filing fees.

  6. Larry Morse says:

    How about “In _____ we trust.” The you can fill in whatever you want. This is inclusive and multicultural. Larry