Every Christmas there's a flurry of conflicts over nativity displays on public property. All across America, conservative Christians push to have their religion privileged with special religious displays of nativity scenes while other displays are excluded. Atheists and secularists challenge these practices, even including filing lawsuits to either have creches removed or for the public spaces to be opened to all citizens equally. But should atheists do this? Some object to these challenges, but their arguments are flawed at best.