Secretary thrashes religious liberty on Air Force bases

Tell Congress: Investigate Air Force Secretary Michael Donley!
April 25, 2012

The Air Force and its Secretary, Michael B. Donley, have created the most hostile "anti-religious" environment in the history of the United States military.

Under Donley, Air Force leaders have repeatedly caved to the demands of a small band of rebels who call themselves the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers (MAAF).

When MAAF speaks, the Air Force can't rid itself of anything religious fast enough.

• April 2012 - The Air Force removes the word "Bible" from its list of items to be provided in Air Force-approved lodging facilities. This will almost certainly result in the eventual removal of Bibles themselves from Air Base hotels or any hotel that does business with the Air Force.

• February 2012 - The Air Force removes the word "God" from the logo of its Rapid Capabilities Office after receiving a threatening letter from MAAF.

• November 2011 - The Air Force Academy drops "Operation Christmas Child" after a single complaint from an atheist group. The Air Force apologized to the atheists and ordered chaplains to no longer use official mail to promote the charity.

August 2011 - The Air Force removes "Bible verses" from a military course taught to nuclear missile officers (the ones who push the launch button). Again, thanks to MAAF.

Under Secretary Donley, the Air Force has become an easy target for atheists, because they know he and the Air Force will cave to their anti-religious, anti-Christian demands without a fight.

TAKE ACTION

The Air Force has caved to every whim of anti-Christian zealots and Secretary Donley is content to allow every vestige of religious faith to be silenced.

Urge the Congressional Oversight Committee to investigate Secretary Michael Donleyfor endangering the morals, beliefs and long-standing traditions of faith by taking his orders from a small group of atheists.

Take Action Now Urge the Congressional Oversight Committee to investigate Secretary Michael Donley