[Daniel L. Cooper] was among high-ranking officials who appeared in a fundraising video for the evangelical Christian Embassy filmed at the Pentagon. In the film, the retired Navy vice admiral said, "It's not really about carving out time, it really is a matter of saying what is important. And since that's [proselytizing's] more important than doing the job-the job's going to be: there, whether I'm there or not."Mona Dobrich, 41, told The New York Times she sat through Christian prayers for years at school potluck dinners, award dinners and parentteacher groups. At her daughter Samantha's 2004 high school graduation, a minister "proclaimed Jesus as the only truth," prompting Dobrich to ask the Indian River School Board to reform its policies. "Anger spilled onto talk radio, in letters to the editor and at school board meetings attended by hundreds of people carrying signs praising Jesus," The Times reported.Her son, Alex, then 11, told her, "I feel bad when kids in my class call me 'Jew boy.' " The settlement will pay off the family's moving debts.
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