Despite what apologists don't want to believe, we are members of the great ape family and there is ample evidence that we share common ancestry. That has nothing to do with faith.This whole nonsense about teaching it in public schools is total bs. I went to public schools, my wife went to public schools, everyone in my family went to public schools and not once was God or religion ever mentioned in class. You are just wrong about that. Now, was the belief that we evolved from an ape like ancestor taught? Yes it was even thought its not a proven fact. Christians are the ones that should be mad about that one.
Again, if you want to be an atheist then fine, more power to ya. To ridicule others and be angry about it is ridiculous. Dont wanna pray at a ball game? Fine, don't pray. Its a free country. Don't wanna see signs that have the word "God" on them? Look the other way. You guys just obsess over these things which in the end makes you look stupid.
There are those who want to place biblical creationism in science classrooms. You cannot help but be aware of that as well as the recurring controversies about prayer in schools.
Prayer at ballgames, crosses on water towers, ten commandments in courtrooms, etc... Those are purposeful acts. You would propose that ignoring them is an acceptable action, but it does not address who and what initiates the controversy and issues of constitutionality and propriety in the first place.