Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington will host the 2nd annual “In God We Trust” rally on Friday, July 4, from 1-4 p.m. at the Bossier Sheriff’s Office Viking Drive Substation at 2510 Viking Drive in Bossier City.
As you probably well know, the Bossier Young Marines Program has recently come under attack by the Department of Justice because Sheriff Julian Whittington refused to sign a pledge to remove the mention of God and voluntary prayer from the program.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington has placed three “In God We Trust” banners at each of the three substations for anyone to sign to offer their support to restore funding to the Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines program.
Hundreds gathered in Bossier City on the 4th of July, but not to watch fireworks or listen to music. Instead, it was to show support for Sheriff Julian Whittington, whose pro-religious freedom stance ended up costing the Bossier Parish's Young Marines program tens of thousands of dollars in federal funding.
Today's the day and the event continues to get bigger and bigger. Join Kiss Country and Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington today from 1-4pm for the "In God We Trust Rally" at the Sheriff Substation on Viking Drive in Bossier City to show support for Sheriff Whittington's stance on maintaining voluntary prayer and the mention of God in the "Young Marines" and "Youth Divers
Bossier Parish Sheriff Julian Whittington has been extremely moved by the recent support of his decision to maintain the use of God and prayer in the Bossier Parish “Young Marines” and “Youth Diversion” programs and thus forego the Federal grant of $15,000. Because of this issue, Kiss Country joins the Sheriff to invite the public to the “In God We Trust” rally this Thursday, July 4 from 1-4pm at