I don't know if you have heard of the group of people that go around the USA protesting military funerals. They claim to be "Christian" and that it is God's judgment that our troops are dying, so they go to the funerals and picket them with large signs saying "God hates this" or "God hates that" and even "Thank God For Dead Soldiers."

I would think that most of us would agree that what they say isn't right, and paints true Christians in a horrible light. There has been many attempts to limit their picketing, including a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court.

I can't find the ruling, but I believe that the court decided that the picketers had a right to free speech, no matter how horrible it may be.  UPDATE: According to Worldpress.org, It looks like this case will be decided sometime next year.

So the question is, if the courts and government can't stop them, who can?

People taking a stand, like in this video:


It reminds me of the quote, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." We may look at things in life and think, what can I do? You and I can both stand, and I bet you will find that you are not alone, just like the residents in Weston, Missouri did.