Another E Pluribus Unum Offer


Two more Sheriff’s  offices have decided to add In God We Trust to their patrol Vehicles.

The Stone County Missouri Sheriff patrol vehicles now have “In God We Trust” displayed on them.  This county joins Wakulla and Bay County Florida in this action.

Sheriff Rader of Stone County was quoted as saying

“There has been no better time than now to proudly display our National Motto!”




Sheriff Creel of Wakulla County said,

“With everything that is going on in the world today, alot of people disliking police officers. I decided to put them on our vehicle and have somebody look after them while they work.”

We have decided to offer our own versions of stickers to go along side the current one with the following email,

It has come to our attention that your office has added some bumper stickers to the official vehicles of the Sheriff’s Department.  I am so glad that your office is taking an interest in displaying our national motto.
We would like to offer our own stickers to be displayed alongside the In God We Trust stickers.  These however would read “E Pluribus Unum”.  We feel that this phrase will provide an inclusive statement to the citizens of Stone County.
Of course they would be formatted in a fashion and size similar to those you already have on the vehicle.
Just so I can make sure we have enough stickers for all of your vehicles, how many should we send?
Thanks you for your attention to this.



Hopefully one of these upstanding public servants will answer us with the number of stickers they wish to have to their patrol vehicles, but we are not holding our breath.


Robert Ray

Robert is the founder of The Original Motto Project. He is a avid secular activist that likes to dabble into small electronics in his spare time. He and his wife Amy co-host the Secular Yakking podcast. He lives in the Puget sound with his wife and 3 daughters.