Air Force Secretary Michael Donley is a direct threat to religious liberty in the U.S. Air Force, according to a recent report from the American Family Association (AFA).
AFA reports that Donley is kowtowing to the wishes of a radical group known as the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers (MAAF).
AFA lists numerous examples of the Air Force bowing to the demands of MAAF. Among them:
April 2012 - The Air Force removes the word “Bible” from its list of items to be provided in Air Force-approved lodging facilities. This will almost certainly result in the eventual removal of Bibles themselves from Air Base hotels or any hotel that does business with the Air Force.
February 2012 - The Air Force removes the word “God” from the logo of its Rapid Capabilities Office after receiving a threatening letter from MAAF.
November 2011 - The Air Force Academy drops “Operation Christmas Child” after a single complaint from an atheist group. The Air Force apologized to the atheists and ordered chaplains to no longer use official mail to promote the charity.
Read more at AFA.