Ellwood City Fights To Keep Nativity Scene

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to Annie Laurie Gaylor from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

She argues that if a local government puts any religious symbol up during the holidays, they are endorsing that religion.

Listen to Robert Mangino every weekday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA!

  • Dennis Edwards

    We do NOT need a nativity scene on public property. If you want to believe in a make believe god, go ahead and do so, but don’t do it on public property.

  • Sarah Venhartly

    We in Pittsburgh are well aware that this belongs on private property. I wish the the political leaders Ellwood would be more respectful to basic Constitutional principles as reflected in numerous decisions the Supreme Court. Thank you FFRF for standing up for what is right.

  • Danny

    The solution is evident. Remove that obstacle to reason from the courthouse. Christians have been lying all along saying that this was the reason for the season. It was not. No such event ever took place on Dec. 25. Only fools would believe that. Thanks to the Freedom From Religion Foundation for their diligence in this matter.

  • Edward

    Put that nativity scene on private or church property. Government should not be in the business of supporting religion.

  • sue

    people who display religious symbols on public property, or private property, for that matter, are probably doing so to bolster their doubt. please follow the laws of the u.s. and remove these religious items from public property. have some respect for your country.

  • ed-words

    There are MANY, MANY places where you can put religious displays.

    Only a FEW where you can’t.

    Be thankful for that on Thanksgiving.

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