People that sue to have "Under God" removed from the Pledge of Allegiance.
Because that is against the 1st Amendment and the Seperation of Church and State. Plus the Pledge of Allegiance is stupid anyway.
Not allowed to have Christmas parties in school anymore, they are holiday parties. Easter parties are spring parties, not to mention the refusal to acknowledge Christmas in ads at the stores come that time of the year.
What world at you living in that ads don't acknowledge Christmas? Christmas is all ads fucking talk about towards the end of the year.
And on the other stuff? That's not stopping you from practising your religion, that's merely acknowledging that other religions who don't celebrate the same holidays as you do exist.
When someone wants to pray in school and they aren't allowed to because someone else might be offended. Rather than opt out of the prayer (which is their right) they choose to have the prayer banned and no one can.
As far as I'm aware, nobody's banned prayer at school. They've banned the school itself leading prayer sessions, again because of the Seperation of Church and State. And that's only public schools, private schools can still do whatever the fuck they want.
Besides, you can pray on your own time. School is for learning, not praying to Sky Wizards.
I don't tell others how to live their life, they don't tell me how to live mine.
Funny, I seem to see a lot of religious types telling other people how to live their lives. What with the whole "trying to legally ban abortion" and "trying to stop gay people having marriage rights" and stuff like that.
Not that you're like that personally, I have no idea what you're like personally. To me you're just text on a screen. But I always laugh when I hear religious people cry about how their rights are being infringed, or whine about 'freedom of religion' because when you give them that freedom of religion, they turn around and use it to try and oppress people and stop things they personally don't approve of.