New York Times Two-Page Ad Honors “Three Wiser Men” Who Gave Us the Bill of Rights December 15, 2015

New York Times Two-Page Ad Honors “Three Wiser Men” Who Gave Us the Bill of Rights

Today’s New York Times includes a two-page spread from the Freedom From Religion Foundation honoring the “Three Wiser Men” who gave us the Bill of Rights. It comes on the 224th anniversary of the Bill of Rights’ ratification in 1791.

The framers of our godless and entirely secular Constitution, revering freedom of conscience, wisely created a government free from religion. They understood there can be no religious liberty without the freedom to dissent,” the ad proclaims.

Commented FFRF Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor: “One of the biggest myths we have to surmount in the United States is this misconception that majority rules over matters of faith. The Bill of Rights places individual liberties and freedom of conscience above the fray of tyranny of the majority. And that is something to truly revere — and celebrate!

Whatever the ad cost — and I’m guessing it’s well into the six-figures — I have to assume it’s worth the price just to generate that much outrage on the Religious Right.

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