“In God We Trust” has been a belief since biblical times. Religion is personal, and whether you believe in God or not. We all have the right to practice our beliefs. Be an atheist, be an agnostic, that is your right. Let others have that same right to practice their religious beliefs.

Separation of church and state? This is 2011, and that statement doesn’t fly with me.

Warrenton has sold themselves out to the highest bidders and built big-box stores that have put countless small businesses out of business. 

Let us dare not put something religious up (“One man’s idea not set in stone,” The Daily Astorian, Jan. 5)? Are you kidding me? Or, shall I say, who are you kidding – yourselves?

Obviously admitting that there is a God, perhaps one might first have to develop morals, values and principles.




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