Monday, June 27
The Supreme Court delt a blow to those secularists (like the ones who removed the cross from LA's county seal or take "God" from the pledge) who insist that anything "religious" should touch the government like matter touches anti-matter.
Instead, the Court ruled:
"Simply having religious content or promoting a message consistent with a religious doctrine does not run afoul of the Establishment clause" of the Constituion, which prohibits the Establishment of a religion by the Government.
So, hopefully, this signifies a curtailing of the stupider attempts at total divorce between all Government and all Religion that has been on the rise lately.
So: Now you know! Don't let anyone tell you differently: Religious content in governmental structures IS NOT AUTOMATICALLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL.