People who say that the origin of the United States of America was not rooted in a belief in God overlook that the Declaration of Independence clearly states a belief in our basic human rights that are granted to us by a "Creator."
Everyone is quick to throw around the phrase, "all men are created equal" but how many know the words that follow say, "that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights."
Opponents of references to God used in American government often point out that the phrase "in God we trust" was not adopted as the official motto of the United States until 1956, making the case that religious references did not exist before that time. Advocates of separation of church and state have questioned the legality of the motto "in God we trust" asserting that it is a violation of the United States Constitution, prohibiting the government from passing any law respecting the establishment of religion. Prior to the adoption of "in God we trust" as a motto, the U.S. Supreme Court acknowledgement of Americans as "a religious people" and the balancing of those beliefs within our society were explained in a 1952 court decision.
How sad, everyone seems to be mad, all the anger. Life is too short to be so angry about a computer operating system that you feel the need to post endless complaints about it.
It's only a computer operating system. Having so much hate towards a computer operating system isn't healthy.
Step away from your computer. Put your smartphone down. Take a walk in the woods, relax!
What is the ugly truth about upgrading to Windows 10?
The ugly truth about upgrading to Windows 10, no one will force you to upgrade. You can keep your Windows 8 operating system, and continue to leave remarks accross the internet on how Windows 8 sucks.
Spare yourself the upgrade anxiety. If you don't like Microsoft, don't use Windows 10. If all you want to do is surf the net and rant about how much Microsoft sucks, you really should buy a Chromebook.
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