ten commandments should stay. since when do atheists have more rights than christians? when my son moved from a christian school to new ken public school, he was asked to draw a picture of what easter meant to him to hang in the hallway. he drew a picture of three crosses on the mount. he was told it could not be hung unless he drew a different picture, one of bunnies or something. this is not what easter meant to him but he had to please the atheists or not have his artwork part of the class. this seems wrong to me. anyone else feel the way i do? i'm sure there are plenty. the ten commandments are the same thing. does our money not say, "in God we trust"? our country was built on religion. read the constituation, the bill of rights and the pledge of allegiance. God is mentioned throughout our countrys history. this country was founded by christian men. i should have the same religious freedom as these atheists. when did christian rights become obsolete?