Flag folding ceremonies banned

On October 26, 2007, in General, by Neil Stevens

The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports that volnteers at every national cemetery nationwide are banned from performing a traditional flag-folding ceremony in which a meaning is given to each fold of the flag.

Despite the fact that no honor is given at any funeral without the permission of the family beforehand, it has apparently been decided because this one ceremony has express recognition of Judaism and Christianity in parts, it must not be allowed ever.

And thus the First Amendment is that much closer to being rewritten to ensure “freedom from religion.”


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