Sacramento, Calif., atheist Michael Newdow took plenty of grief from conservative commentators two years ago when he tried unsuccessfully to get the words “under God” taken out of the Pledge of Allegiance.
But being called a liar in an online column was more than he could stand — and a Northern California minister could pay the price.
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