“In God We Trust”: National Motto Displays Make a Comeback in Texas Schools

A recent law has taken effect in Texas, thanks to the state’s Republicans. The law mandates the U.S. national motto “In God We Trust” to be displayed in any and every school where a private citizen or group donates said display to the school. Now a group of Republican women in the state, as well as others, are donating the displays in droves.

The move to codify the displays comes after concerned parents, citizens, Christians, and lawmakers became fed up with all of the actions from socialist-leaning leftists who were intent on keeping biblical morals out of school while they promoted anti-biblical, communist-based rhetoric in schools. Texas Representative, Dr. Tom Oliverson (one of the bill’s co-sponsors) said he supported the legislation because “We just felt like it was a great opportunity to display our national motto in our public schools,” considering that a few other states had done the same thing. Another co-sponsor, Texas Senator Bryan Hughes, stated, “The national motto asserts our collective trust in a sovereign God. … The legislature is always looking to increase community involvement in our schools, so I’m encouraged to see groups coming forward to provide these reminders of the motto to future generations.”

For more on this story, see the 2 1/2 minute news video below:

Source: Jason Miles, ‘In God We Trust’ signs mandatory in Texas public schools if privately donated, KHOU.com, August 16, 2022.

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