Elvis Treder
Elvis Treder voted up Darik Majoren's answer

Any buildings that benefit from taxes collected from citizens needs to be free from ANY religious ties. Whether it be a verse, etched into a corner stone, or a religious symbol embossed over the door . . .

People can do as they like with privately owned and privately operated buildings and business, as soon … Read more

Elvis Treder
Elvis Treder voted up PJ Stein's answer

I don't think so. Some people look at a religious symbol and if they don't beling to that religion, they say it makes them feel either left out or thy are being force that religion down their throat. I don't believe that either case to be true. Often times religion is closely tied to the … Read more