One Vote from Banning Public Prayer

So many liberals on the Supreme Court who think government knows best.
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On Monday, religious and traditionally-minded Americans celebrated as the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that public town halls could open their meetings with prayers. Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for the Court, found:

The town of Greece does not violate the First Amend­ment by opening its meetings with prayer that comports with our tradition and does not coerce participation by nonadherents.

Justices Thomas and Scalia went further, writing, “there is no support for the proposition that the framers of the Fourteenth Amendment embraced wholly modern notions that the Establishment Clause is violated whenever the ‘reasonable observer’ feels ‘subtle pressure.’” In other words, America is a place where you do not have the right not to be offended.



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