This article originally appeared on WND.com
Guest by post by Bob Unruh
City officials who just a week ago had outlined exactly what they would allow for Christmas decorations – “non-religious” snowflakes, greenery and northern lights – abruptly now are claiming that was not intended to be a ban on religious items.
Christmas is, after all, one of the most significant religious days in the history of America, which was founded on Judeo-Christian ideals.
It is Liberty Counsel that reports city officials from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, have “quickly backpedaled” on their demands after being given a letter that pointed out their requirement for “non-religious” decorations exhibited hostility to Christianity.
Which is illegal.
City administrator Jim Archambo and Melissa Cantarero Weiss, a deputy, just days ago told