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Uploaded on Jun 22, 2011
Seven firefighters from New York City's Engine 202, Ladder 101 died on 9/11. Now, part of a road in Red Hook, Brooklyn has been renamed "Seven in Heaven Way" in honor of their sacrifice. But the move has angered a group of local atheists who claim that "It's improper for the city to endorse the view that Heaven exists."
Sean asks what the world is coming to that we can't commemorate such a sacrifice without controversy and whether it's become the mission of the left to ban the name of God from the public square entirely.
Michael De Dora of the Center for Inquiry in NY and Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law & Justice engage in a heated debate.