Breitbart.com reports: "On Thursday, the Republic of Santa Monica, California, not content with its 2010 designation as the homeless capital of America, when 48,000 people lived on the streets, won a victory in its continuing quest to capture the title of America’s most anti-Christian city. The city had banned unattended Nativity scene displays in Palisades Park, which won in court; Thursday the notorious 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the lower court’s decision. The court ruled in favor of the city against the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes Committee, arguing that the city had secular reasons for the ban, including the aesthetics of the park and the administrative burdens on the city. Santa Monica’s City Council initiated the ban in 2012, which triggered the lawsuit from the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes Committee, which asserted that the ban violated its right to free speech and also implied that the city was hostile to Christianity..."
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