Victory Update! Yesterday, the Supreme Court declined to take up a case that would have removed our National Motto “In God We Trust” from our coins and currency. Michael Newdow, known for his string of lawsuits around removing references to God in our Pledge of Allegiance and blocking the use of the phrase “so help me God” during inaugurations, filed the case on behalf of a group of atheists. We commend the Supreme Court for continuing to affirm the Constitutionality of these historic phrases.
Also, Alamance county in North Carolina recently voted to add America’s National Motto to its fleet! Men and women in blue will now have the historic phrase, “In God We Trust,” emblazoned on all of their county cars.
Alamance is one of hundreds, if not thousands, of counties that is proudly displaying our National Motto on government buildings, in schools, businesses, on first responder vehicles and more. In spite of efforts by anti-faith organizations, courts and legislative bodies across America are repeatedly affirming the constitutionality of our National Motto and encouraging its prominent display. We applaud these leaders for their unwavering stand in support of “In God We Trust.”