In June 2013 the US Air Force was forced to remove an inspirational painting from a dining hall after radical atheists complained.
The inspirational piece of artwork proclaiming the message of Matthew 5:9 in Wagon Wheel dining hall at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho was removed after complaintf rom the Miliary Religious Freedom Foundation, a radica anti-Christian group.
The painting was offensive.
The leader of the radical atheist group, Military Religious Freedom Foundation, pays himself an exhorbitant salary to attack Christians in the military.
Mikey Weinstein, founder and president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. FACEBOOK
Mikey Weinstein has a problem with God – but not green.
Mikey Weinstein pays himself $273,355 to eradicate Christians and Christian symbols from the US military.
Stars and Stripes reported:
During the past decade, Military Religious Freedom Foundation founder and president Mikey Weinstein has been a vocal advocate for the separation of church and state in the military.
But according to an Air Force Times examination of MRFF tax filings, what Weinstein pays himself for running MRFF is well more than the typical top salaries at most nonprofits, military-related or otherwise.
In 2012, Weinstein received total compensation worth $273,355 — about 47 percent of all money MRFF raised through contributions and grants that year, according to IRS filings accessed on the nonprofit transparency website GuideStar.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, for example, paid its founder and CEO Paul Rieckhoff $145,000 in 2012, or a little more than 2 percent of the $6.1 million IAVA raised that year. Wounded Warrior Project CEO Steven Nardizzi received $311,538 in 2012, or 0.2 percent of the nearly $155 million that charity raised that year. Nardizzi was paid more than Weinstein in actual dollars, but Wounded Warrior Project’s revenues far exceed the $584,351 MRFF brought in during 2012.
Weinstein’s compensation is more than double the average compensation for nonprofit CEOs, the Times reported, noting that the charity CEOs nationwide received a median $125,942 in compensation in 2011, citing.
Weinstein, a vile Christian-basher, is a consultant to the Pentagon on religious tolerance.