Government funding for anti-Christian values

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Since liberals are usually the ones who push for a greater government role in public life, very often one will find government funding going towards projects that are atheistic or anti-Christian, in line with liberal beliefs.

Examples

  • In 2009, it was discovered that officials at the Federally funded National Endowment for the Arts were promoting projects that supported President Barack Obama's legislative agenda.[1]
  • In the 1980s it was discovered that funds from the NEA had been given to artist Andres Serrano for his photograph of a crucifix submerged in urine, leading to outrage among conservatives
  • In April of 2012, the government of the Australian state of Victoria will provide funding for the Global Atheist convention, which will include anti-Christian activists such as Richard Dawkins.[2]
  • In Colorado, two women's shelters lost their federal funding for having religious programs and bible readings. The regulations of Obama's HUD department required the removal of Christian elements from the shelters.[3] This is not surprising considering the low rates of Liberal charity.
  • more to come

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