Well, we live in a secular country with a specific constitutional amendment prohibiting the establishment of a religion.
That's just it - we do NOT live in a secular country at all, except in the dreams of atheists. Most people believe in some higher power, and the number of people who follow most individual religions is more than the number who are atheist or secular.
Beyond that, the constitutional amendment prohibits establishment of a religion and prohibits limiting the free exercise thereof. The point is to provide people with freedom to worship as they so choose, not to limit them.
But you don't have the freedom to conscript public buildings, especially authoritative ones like courthouses, to display your religious beliefs. That's an infringement on the rights of others.
It's not an infringement at all, provided you also have equal rights to post your own beliefs in the same places.
Prohibiting everyone from any displays isn't equality - it favors the agendas of atheists, and that's what they want.
Infringing upon your rights should be refusing to let you drink from the same water fountain or use the same bathroom, refusing to serve you because you wear a turban, kicking your *** because you like other dudes, arresting you because you have a cross on your lapel.
Absolutely agree 100 percent.
If you are offended or feel like your rights were infringed upon because you had to look at a statue or an inscription that doesn't personally match your religious beliefs, then you need to get over yourself, get a life, and find something to do that doesn't involve whining like a *****.