from tonguetied.us San Fran's resident atheist muckracker Michael Newdow has a new target in his campaign to remove all vestiges of the almighty from public view -- the phrase "In God we Trust" on American coins and currency, reports Fox News. Newdow has filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming that the language violates the rights of atheists. "I'm a minister of the First Amendmist Church of True Science and I can't raise funds or anything else because all the coins say that we believe in God, and that's completely against our principals," he said. "In God We Trust" is America's official motto, first appearing on a two-cent coin in 1864. In 1955, Congress mandated that the phrase appear on all paper money. **end** So. The athiest shit stirrer who tried to get "under God" removed from the pledge is all atwitter because "in God We Trust" interferes with his fundraising. Good. Maybe he'll go away now. I'll buy the one way plane ticket. With money.