Elbert County Colorado Clerk Under Attack by Atheists

Elbert County, Colorado clerk Dallas Schroeder.

 

Elbert County Colorado Clerk takes on atheist foundation bullies!

Dec. 1, 2015

Elbert  County Colorado  Clerk Dallas Schroeder is at the center of complaint  by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)  because of a poster he  placed in the Elbert County Courthouse for all to see.  The poster  (shown on this page) quotes a Bible verse from ICor7.2 and depicts a  woman walking toward her male groom.  The FFRF is a tax free foundation based in Madison, WI is also a member of the Atheist  Alliance International (AAI)organization.

The  FFRF has filed a 'letter of complaint' with the Elbert County Clerk and  apparently the Sheriff as well on Nov. 25, 2015.      
"Freedom  From Religion Foundation Staff Attorney Andrew Seidel called out  Schroeder on the constitutional violation in a letter of complaint to  the members of email group, which consisted of several county clerks, a  state senator and state representative."

The FFRF and  their fellow atheists at AAI have a stated goal of expunging all  Christian vestiges from government at all levels in this country.  The  FFRF claims that Bible verses displayed in government offices,  buildings, communications and all activities are unconstitutional!  They  want to expunge Christianity from the national consciousness and impose  their on form of religion, atheism on the rest of us!  The FFRF are  hypocrites at the very least.

FFRF claims that Schroeder is abusing his office and that his poster is unlawful!  Schroeder says: 
"I  am not denying anyone service," he said. "My thought process is that  they have to see the poster and if they choose to violate God's written  word, then that is on their head. I have warned them." 

I support Schroeder's stand against the atheist attack.  I hope that he is able to keep his poster in the courthouse!

So far the FFRF has not responded to my inquiry as to the status of their 'letter of complaint' against Clerk Schroeder.

According  to a reliable source, a local attorney is filing suit against the  County Clerk as of this writing regarding the subject herein.


 

Sheriff Heap Responds to FFRF

“These conversations are initiated to pervert the truth and do whatever is necessary to get the results you want,” Heap replied.

“I’m  going to get back to work and I’m going leave the cross in my office,  the Bible on my desk and I support the clerk’s constitutional rights,”  he proclaimed. 

Well said Sheriff Heap!  The sheriff is  apparently not going to be bullied by the atheists at FFRF either!  Keep  the faith brother!

I applaud both Schroeder and  Heap for taking a stand against the bullies at FFRF who seek to impose  their atheism upon our government and people.  We need more officials to  stand up against this attack.  Where are the Elbert County  Commissioners regarding this controversy?  Have they no guts?

Numerous  government inscriptions give testimony to the ingrained Christian  heritage in our nation's laws and founding.  The Liberty Bell has a  Bible inscription on it, our currency has In God We Trust on it, the 10  Commandments were displayed prominently on many government buildings and  our triune system of government is based upon Biblical foundations!   There are many more evidences of our Christian national heritage too  numerous to mention.

Our country is being destroyed by  atheists such as the FFRF and we need more men of strong religious  convictions like Schroeder and Heap!


 

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Tiny House Future?

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Is this the future of home ownership in America?  The Tiny House is  the latest trendy, eco-friendly housing solution for America's  cash-strapped former and future home owners!  These 'tiny' houses have  100-300 square feet of living space and average 200 square feet with a  cost of $200/square foot.  The average conventional home in America cost  around $120/square foot so these homes aren't benefitting from economy  of scale.  They do however cost around $40,000 for a 200 sq. ft. tiny  home.

HGTV  even has a special show for these trendy homes called Tiny House  Hunters!  This show extols the advantages of the tiny house mostly to  younger age viewers.  HGTV viewers of this trendy show are treated to  tiny homes built from many materials including steel storage  containers!  You know, the storage containers you see used on ships for  transporting various goods.  Think of it.  You could have your 'home'  loaded on a ship and you could be 'shipped' to a foreign country for  your next temporary job!  Most of the tiny houses featured on HGTV are  on trailers and can be easily be transported to your next temporary home  site!  Think of the convenience!  How about water, sewage, electricity,  TV, internet, etc?  Do you need a tiny house 'pad' like the ones used  by mobile home parks?  Think of connecting all these utilities each and  every time you move your tiny house!  This is not the life style I  envisioned for my golden years.  The porch on one of these tiny houses  isn't big enough for one or even two rocking chairs for grandpa and  grandma to watch the sun set.  Maybe the sun has set on the American  dream and this is the solution corporate America has in store for us?


 

Are we being prepared for  a drastic reduction in housing  affordability?  Why are we being conditioned to prepare to live in tiny  egg-shaped, shoe box size mobile homes?  Is the future that bleak?  Why  would anyone want a 'home' like this to live in if the economy is so  good?  Is this the solution for a mobile work force that must take their  home to their latest temporary job?  These tiny homes would make me  claustrophobic and I would go stir crazy trying to live inside one of  these shoe boxes.

With home ownership declining in America, more people being forced into rental property and sky rocketing rental costs  is this the future for many Americans?  Is life to be lived inside a  small closet for many of us after corporate America has pillaged and  raped the economy?  Can you imagine living for months at a time inside  one of these shoe boxes with your spouse during those long winter months  and not getting irritated at each other due to the lack of personal  space?  Just think of it, you can eat, bath, poop, sleep, entertain  friends and  relax all in one tiny room?

Can you  imagine living in one of these homes as you become older and trying to  climb up and down a tiny, steep staircase to your tiny loft bedroom?   You could easily fall and seriously injure yourself doing this even if  you are young and athletic!  How would this kind of house work out for  handicapped people?

People live in their cars, why not one of these?


 

Fifty years ago you could afford a nice middle class  home for $25,000!  I know because my parents bought a nice 1,800 square  foot home with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, laundry room,  dining room, living room, covered 2-car garage, nice yard, a screened in  patio porch in a decent middle class development in Melrose Park,  Florida in 1965 for $25,000 on a seven year low interest home loan!   Today, we are being reduced to the expectation of living inside a shoe  box!

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