Prohibiting the Free Exercise Thereof

The First Amendment got a thorough thrashing recently when the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a restraining order against West High School students in Salt Lake City. Its ruling was in response to a lawsuit by a student and her parents demanding that the school’s a-capella choir not sing two traditional songs because they […]

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Separation of Church and State Revisited

If you watch any amount of television, you’ve noticed that the election year sparring is heating up nicely. What’s interesting to me is how the “religious” community is being included in the political maneuverings. In one sense, I’m delighted evangelicals who are, by and large, conservative in their politics are being asked anything other than […]

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