Too much political correctness in military

Remember that not a single objection has been heard from the senior officers concerning the open homosexuality now permitted in uniform. The top brass seems to believe Christianity is a greater threat to the stability and good order of the military than the disgusting moral decay imposed by the Congress and White House.

[Note: This article was originally posted on December 14th, 2011. The IFNM website was attacked by hackers and many articles are now gone from the archives. As a public service, IFNM is now reposting said articles.]

There can be no doubt that all of us are very proud of the young men and women who wear the uniforms of our country. As I write this on the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, we are reminded of the huge sacrifices these Americans have made on our behalf for 235 years. Our freedom and liberty are a direct result of their labor of love for this country.

I wish I could say the same for the uniformed men and women at the highest levels of the military and their civilian masters. Working out of public view, some of those individuals are making a deliberate and concerted effort to remove all traces of Christianity from the American military. Their work includes direct assaults and other more subtle work to undermine traditions that go back 236 years. It is yet another example of the extreme political correctness that riddles our military.

While there have been a number of examples of anti-Christian bias, let’s examine the recent record. In November, the US Air Force Academy ended its participation in Operation Christmas Child because religious messages were placed in the boxes of toys sent to children around the world. The charity is sponsored by the Rev. Franklin Graham, the son of Dr. Billy Graham, and sends out 110,000 boxes every year to children who might not otherwise receive a gift at Christmas. An atheist front group, The Military Religious Freedom Foundation, complained to Air Force leaders. The group has a record of frequent complaints that often achieve their goal of Christian cleansing the military. The Air Force quickly caved in to their demands. A smug Mickey Weinstein, the atheist group leader, said, “We got this one fixed.”


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