(Fox News) – The Freedom From Religion Foundation has earned its reputation as a notorious gang of atheists, agnostics and freethinkers waging a wicked campaign against Christian symbols on public property. The Wisconsin-based group is especially fond of preying on small-town America where many communities cannot afford to fight back against their baseless legal threats. But the Freedom From Religion Foundation may be having second thoughts about their latest targets — because the folks in

Camden County, Missouri plan to fight back. Last November, the FFRF sent a letter to the county clerk demanding that a painting depicting the “Ground Zero Cross” be removed from a hallway. In September 2001, rescue workers discovered two steel beams in the rubble of the Twin Towers that resembled a 17-foot-tall cross. The image brought hope and comfort to many Americans during those terrible days. READ MORE